HCV/Family Self-Sufficiency Program Coordinator – Appleton City or Raymore, MO
The HCV/Family Self-Sufficiency Program Coordinator is responsible to the HAP Director for the planning, implementing, and evaluation of the Family Self-Sufficiency Program in accordance with regulations and policies of the Housing Choice Voucher Program. The HCV/FSS Coordinator will provide complete case management related to the family’s participation in the HCV and FSS program.
A minimum of two years college education in social science, counseling or other closely related field, including one year of experience, or four years of experience in employment and training, supportive services coordination, or counseling required.
Resumes are gladly accepted but a completed and signed application is required to apply for all job openings. You can also find an electronic application at www.wcmcaa.org Click on “Employment” then “Application”.
IFB NO. 2020-604 Toilet Replacement at Aventine Apartments
Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS) is currently accepting sealed bids for Toilet Replacement at Aventine Apartments, located at 5551 North Tarrant Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76244. The solicitation is available through our eProcurement portal located on our website at
Deputy HCV Program Director
The Housing Authority of the City of Shreveport is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic team player, with successful case management experience, to serve as Deputy HCV Program Director. The HACS hires quality employees and encourages excellence, to ensure the HACS will achieve and maintain high performance standards.
Directs the work of staff including; assigning, planning and reviewing work, evaluating work performance and completing performance evaluations, coordinating activities, maintaining standards, allocating personnel, assisting in the selection of new employees, training, acting on employee problems and recommending and implementing discipline.
Directs all HCV Department operations; establishes, communicates, monitors, and evaluates department goals and initiatives; creates, implements, and maintains monitoring and reporting systems to ensure quality and timeliness of department and program work.
Ensures that staff maintains and affirms, effective communication with participant families, owners/agents, neighborhood groups, housing advocates, and service providers.
Monitors and analyzes Housing Assistance Payments, voucher issuance, and participant attrition to ensure steady, authorized utilization of Housing Choice Vouchers.
Evaluates applicant and participant access barriers, revises policies, and implements practices to reduce and eliminate barriers.
Reviews program policies against changing regulations, laws, and viewpoints in order to coordinate timely implementation of amended goals and policies.
Manages comprehensive quality control program.
Prepares applications and supporting data to secure additional funding and programs from HUD to increase housing opportunities for families.
Forecasts funds needed for program administration and Housing Assistance Payments, employing cost savings strategies, and analysis of participant rent burdens under rent reform.
Develops program budgets that ensure adequate subsidy assistance to as many participant families as possible without exceeding authorized voucher allocations.
Ensures HUD performance standards and other reporting requirements are maintained at a high performance level and/or improved if required; ensures accuracy and efficiency of all HCV utilization activities to include a comprehensive written quality control process; conducts reviews and audits to assure that policies, procedures, and regulations are adhered to.
Supervises the landlord services functions, including initial, annual, interim, special and quality control inspections, rent reasonableness determinations, landlord clearance, contracting, education and outreach to prospective landlords/units, supervision of staff, and monitoring of inspection contracts.
Monitors HCV program performance and policy adherence; reviews client folders before quality control reviews; provides personnel training and development; and stays abreast of proposed changes in policies, procedures, guidelines, and best practices in personnel development.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Five years of HCV Program management experience.
Starting Salary: $75,000 (negotiable based on qualifications and experience)
To apply, submit resume and salary requirements to:
Executive Director Position
The New Iberia Housing Authority (HANI), located in New Iberia Louisiana, seeks an experienced housing leader to direct a small staff of employees administering 200 public housing units at three separate locations.
The selected candidate will assume responsibility of all the authority’s operations, including Property Management, Maintenance, Procurement, Resident Services and Finances. The HANI is Federal funded annually approximately $1,342,412.00 (not including rent revenue) from Capital Fund and Operating Subsidy Fund Programs. A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate major is desired and one to five years minimum of experience in public or private housing management. Candidates must possess a Public Housing Management Certificate (PHM) or ability to obtain within one year and a certificate of completion of the Executive Director Education Program (EDEP) recommended. Salary determined upon combination of experience and education. The applicant must have strong administrative, financial and leadership skills, public relations, knowledge of Federal and State Housing Laws, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) rules and regulations, a working knowledge for fiscal management. Must also have knowledge of maintenance systems, social services, personal management along with the ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally. The position offers a medical and retirement benefits package. Must be bondable and pass both a background and drug test.
Qualities: The ideal candidate will have the skills and confidence to be the face of the organization, shouldering the responsibility of providing agency-wide strategic direction and implementing a progressive vision for the future. The Executive Director must have a proven ability to establish and maintain productive relationships with resident and applicants, 5-member board of commissioners, staff and the other governmental and not-for-profit agencies. Our choice must also possess solid financial, business management and budgetary skills.
Responsibilities: The HANI employs a staff of five, which consist of administrative/clerical and maintenance, that manages 200 public housing units. The selected candidate will plan and direct all aspects of the organizations policies, objectives, and initiatives and is responsible for the short and long-term profitability and growth of HANI. The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Commissioners and is responsible for implementation of the agency policies.
Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest and a detailed resume, professional references, work and salary history to Executive Director Selection Committee, 325 North Street, New Iberia, LA 70560. No faxes please. Deadline for submission is November 30, 2020.
The HANI is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer (EEOC)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
GENERAL COUNSEL LEGAL SERVICES
The Oklahoma City Housing Authority (OCHA) and Community Enhancement Corporation (CEC) will receive sealed Request for Proposals (RFPs) at 1700 Northeast Fourth Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117 for General Counsel Legal Services. Respondents shall be experienced in the areas of legal services: housing development and management; real property law and codes; public and local governmental entity administration; corporate and nonprofit governance; and federal subsidy programs (i.e., public housing and Section 8 programs). Proposals and all particulars shall be obtained from Sherry Hearn, or (405) 605-3219. Proposals will be received at 1700 Northeast Fourth Street until 2:00 p.m. November 6, 2020.
Executive Director/ CEO
Kansas City Housing Authority
Kansas City, KS
The Kansas City, Kansas Housing Authority, a mature PHA with more than 60 years of service, seeks a seasoned property management and low-income housing professional to serve as the agency’s Executive Director and CEO.
Chartered in 1957, the Kansas City, Kansas Housing Authority is committed to help low- and moderate-income families and individuals achieve greater stability and self-reliance by providing safe, affordable quality housing; by partnering with community services and agencies; and by promoting economic opportunity in a suitable living environment free from discrimination.
Opening Juniper Gardens as its first development in 1962, KCKHA operates 16 properties and scattered-site housing with more than 2,057 units for families and elderly residents across Kansas City, Kansas. Beyond these KCKHA-operated sites, the Housing Authority administers more than 1,600 Section 8 rent-subsidy certificates and vouchers. Of the agency’s $18 million budget, nearly half comes from HUD funding.
The new leader has the opportunity to lead KCKHA in reinventing the agency to modernize or replace older properties and to expand to better serve residents of Kansas City, Kansas, and Wyandotte County.
Reporting to a 12-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Commissioners and Mayor of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, and with one resident voting member, the Executive Director/CEO leads the strategic management and development of KCKHA. This includes development and delivery of programs and services on budget; promoting relationships with funders, investors, the Unified Government, partner agencies, residents and the community; compliance; capital investment and technology; and leadership of a large staff of full- and part-time employees responsible for agency administration, finance, property and housing management, elderly services, Section 8 administration, and tenant services and maintenance. With four directors and an Executive Services Manager as direct reports, the Executive Director/CEO holds bottom-line responsibility for the financial stability of the agency; sound working relationships with HUD, other funders and regulatory bodies, and the Unified Government; resident satisfaction and success; and furtherance of the KCKHA mission
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A career with Johnson County Government is more than just a job, it is an opportunity to serve a diverse and expanding community in meaningful ways. We challenge ourselves to be a different kind of government because we care deeply about our community and each other. Johnson County's Department of Planning, Housing and Community Development has a full-time open position for an Occupancy Specialist position which assists in the our Housing Division. Learn More
RESIDENT SERVICES DIRECTOR
General Description of Position
The Resident Services Director supports the Housing Authority’s mission by providing quality management, leadership, and oversight of the partnerships, programs, and activities of the Resident Services Department, including but not limited to the Family Self-Sufficiency program, Homeownership Program, Substance Abuse Prevention Programs, Financial Counseling and supportive services for formerly homeless individuals and families. The Director supports and supervises staff and develops and implements programs based on resident needs.
Develop and maintain a comprehensive network of education, job training, drug prevention and education, economic development, and supportive services for individuals and families.
Oversee and administer contracts and memorandums of understanding with appropriate community partners.
Attend appropriate community meetings to increase access to resources and to support agency goals.
Work with other Housing Authority staff to coordinate and improve services for residents living in HUD subsidized units (Public Housing and Section 8) and Housing Authority owned units.
Work with community leaders, Housing Authority Program Managers, and tenants to identify tenant needs, leverage support, implement solutions, and support agency goals.
Research similar programs and conduct literature reviews on a regular basis to ensure programs are effectively and efficiently run.
Conduct research and write grants to obtain needed funding to support all Resident Services programs.
Plan and coordinate special events and programs as assigned.
Regularly audit program files to assure files reflect services provided and meet requirements.
Supervise staff who administer self-sufficiency, homeownership, substance abuse prevention, financial counseling, homeless housing and other resident services.
Provide individual support and assistance to Resident Services staff.
Act as liaison between program participants and various community resources.
Promote agency mission and strategic plan by writing objectives into staff performance plans.
Prepare reports for the program by individual participants and submit to the Executive Director.
Education and Experience
Minimum education requirement: Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or related field from an accredited college or university.
Five (5) years of responsible community or social service experience that includes case management.
Possession or the ability to obtain a Family Self-Sufficiency Certification.
Compensation: $6,876 - $8,358 per month
(Salary range is negotiable, commensurate with experience)
Job will remain open until filled or an adequate applicant pool is identified.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early.
The Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo, CA, is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Housing Choice Voucher Manager. The HCV Manager is responsible for the planning, organizing and supervising of the HCV Program and Housing Specialist staff; administering the technical functions of the program; working with the Director in the development of policies and procedures for the program; compliance with federal, state, local and HUD policies and procedures; oversight of the hiring and recruitment process; train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff.
The ideal candidate will possess an HCV Management certificate (or be able to obtain such within a 6 month period), excellent leadership, interpersonal, written and analytical skills; have advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; be detail oriented, committed to the mission of affordable housing and thrive in a high paced environment.
Additional Functions, Employment Standards and Requirements are detailed in the Job Description.
HASLO provides a generous benefits package, including:
Insurance Benefits: A choice of three health insurance plans including a wellness rewards program, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD and ADD plans with employee coverage fully paid by the Authority. Dependent coverage is paid by the employee via pre-tax payroll deductions.
CalPERS retirement program.
Paid Time Off per year: 15 days of vacation to start (increase as years of service increase, up to 25 days per year); 10 paid sick days; 3 floating holidays; 9 paid holidays.
A 9/80 work schedule with every other Friday off.
(Benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice.)
Application packet can be downloaded from our site
RFP Capital Needs Assesment - Manhattan Housing Authority- Manhattan, KS
Proposals will be accepted by the Manhattan, KS Housing Authority (MHA) for a Capital Needs Assesment for 2020 Public Housing properties. The RFP package is available by emailing Sutton@mhaks.org.
The MHA encourages MBE/WBE businesses to submit proposals. MHA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.
Chief Operating Officer - Lake Charles Housing Authority
Job DescriptionPosition Title: Chief Operating Officer (COO)Reports To: ED / Executive DirectorDepartment/Division: Executive Offices
FLSA Status: ExemptEmployment
Responsible for assisting the Executive Director in overall administrative and management of the Agency’s housing programs, personnel functions, and finance.
Performs administrative, managerial, and supervisory tasks involving the administration and operation of daily activities of the Agency within parameters defined by the Executive Director.
Responsible for the Agency receiving at least a satisfactory rating concerning HUD agency scoring systems such as Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS), Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) and other future HUD required evaluation systems.
Functions as alternate liaison between the Agency and the Board of Commissioners, HUD, and local jurisdictions.
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed.
The omission of specific statements regarding duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment in association with this position.
Assists the Executive Director in Repositioning Strategies for Agency Portfolio including but not limited to financing strategies, physical needs assessments, resident needs, and agency staff.
Responsibilities Undertakes and performs the following and other work-related duties as assigned.
Assists the Executive Director in planning, developing, organizing, directing, and implementing the Agency’s Housing Programs.
Works with the Executive Director and the Board of Commissioners (BOC) to assist in the development of the Agency’s strategic and operational plans.
Effectively manages the development of organizational structures, and plans and implements internal policies, programs, goals, and priorities; makes recommendations to the Executive Director for changes if needed.
Establishes reporting systems to monitor and evaluate various aspects of the Agency's operations on a frequent and continuing basis to establish an overview of conditions, appearance, problems, resolution, accomplishments, and results, while ensuring compliance with Agency policies and procedures and applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
Assists in the oversight and provisions for the safekeeping of the Agency's buildings, grounds, facilities, equipment, supplies, monies, files, records, documents, and reporting.
Oversees the preparation of the administrative and HUD budgets program funds in cooperation with the Finance Department and department supervisors and makes appropriate recommendations to the Executive Director.
Responsible for timely preparation and submission of the Agency’s yearly Capital Funds Program Five Year Plan and annual statement.
Reviews and analyzes budget requests and expenditures for appropriateness to current resources and plans to ensure department supervisors are operating within approved financial limitations or that necessary budget revisions are made and authorized by the Executive Director on a timely basis.
Assists the Executive Director in identifying federal and non-federal funding sources to augment declining subsidy, helping to ensure the viability of housing and associated programs offered by the Agency.
Supervises management staff, providing ongoing assistance to support a positive and productive working environment.
Monitors staffing levels to ensure capacity to achieve organizational objectives, based upon approved budgetary guidelines.
Monitors, oversees, and/or recommends the recruitment, selection, employment, training, direction, supervision, utilization, evaluation, discipline, and termination of Agency employees to the Executive Director as appropriate.
Makes recommendations to the Executive Director regarding salary ranges, employee benefits, and revisions.
Reviews periodic reports on the accomplishment of assigned goals and objectives.
Attends BOC meetings, informs the Board of the status of activities and projects within the Agency, provides information on evaluations of efficiency and effectiveness of Agency operations, and proposes recommendations for improvements.
Responds promptly to BOC inquiries regarding Agency plans and operations.
May negotiate contracts with outside agencies and companies for major maintenance and management services.
Serves as alternate Agency representative in discussing goals, priorities, problems, and concerns with officials, representatives, and members of HUD, local government, news media, social and public service agencies, state and federal government, and tenant groups.
May address business and civic groups on matters pertaining to the Housing Agency.
Successfully maintains positive Agency image and working relationships with the community and local, state, and federal government officials.
Attends professional meetings, seminars, and conferences to keep abreast of new trends, activities, and concepts in Public Housing.
Supports, assists, and works with other Agencies and affiliated organizations in joint efforts, which are mutually beneficial.
Accountable for consistent adherence to strong Agency standards regarding the ethical, responsible, and appropriate use, care, and safeguarding of Agency materials, supplies, resources, and other assets.
Education and Experience:
A Bachelor’s degree in Business, Public Administration, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university or a replacement of two years of Executive level management experience for each year of College Education.
Additional three (3) years of responsible managerial experience in public housing or five (5) years of responsible administrative experience in a closely related field (e.g., a regulatory Agency)
The following Certifications must be obtained within one (1) year of employment or other allowable period of hire as authorized by the Executive Director:
* Thorough knowledge of the relationship of PHA's to other federal, state, and local jurisdictions and their abilities to provide funds or other support to the Agency.
Thorough knowledge and experience in a housing assistance program or social services field.
Thorough knowledge of Agency operating policies and procedures, pertinent HUD regulations, and federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to public housing authorities.
Thorough knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and techniques of personnel management, training, and performance evaluation.
Good knowledge of procurement regulations and OSHA requirements.
General knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and techniques of maintenance and other functional areas within the PHA.
Skill in addressing the public and other bodies and presenting information in a clear, organized, and convincing manner.
Ability to prepare clear and concise narrative and statistical reports and deal effectively with situations requiring tact and diplomacy, yet firmness.
Ability to operate appropriate Agency computer equipment and software packages.
Supervision Controls The Chief Operating Officer may receive instructions from the Executive Director, Board of Commissioners (BOC), or other governing or regulatory agency.
The Chief Operating Officer routinely works without the direction of the Executive Director and is free to develop methods, deadlines, priorities, and/or objectives.
When instructions are received, they are usually specific and detailed because they apply to unusual and rarely occurring situations.
Other instructions are usually in the form of the Executive Director’s or Boards directives or policy statements.
Normally the Chief Operating Officer makes independent decisions pertaining to situations not covered by specific guidelines, but the Executive Director, BOC, or other employees are consulted in serious or unusual circumstances.
The Chief Operating Officer's work is reviewed for progress and achievement of goals as appropriate to the circumstances.
Pay: $60,000.00 - $90,000.00 per year
Benefits: 401(k),Dental Insurance,Health Insurance and
Paid Time Off
Schedule: 8 Hour Shift Monday to Friday
This Company Describes Its Culture as:
Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
Benefit Conditions:Waiting period may apply
Deputy Chief Financial Officer
Corpus Christi Housing Authority
Corpus Christi, TX
The Corpus Christi Housing Authority (CCHA) has created an extraordinary opportunity for a well-qualified candidate. CCHA is an innovative and fiscally responsible governmental /non-profit hybrid organization committed to the highest levels of professionalism and public service. The ideal candidate for the position of Deputy Chief Financial Officer will share CCHA’s commitment to building and operating affordable housing.
Organization Overview: CCHA owns / operates nearly 2,200 affordable housing units, administers over 3,000 vouchers, and recently developed a neighborhood in-fill housing program to develop new single-family homes that are available for purchase or added to CCHA’s rental portfolio. A governmental umbrella with seven affiliated corporate entities, CCHA has fully converted our Public Housing inventory to Project Based Voucher properties. This structure maximizes our opportunities under the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration Program and structures CCHA as the General Partner of several Low Income Housing Tax Credit developments.
Community Overview: With a population approaching 350,000, Corpus Christi provides opportunity for both business and fun. Major, long-term industrial development within manufacturing, shipping and the oil and gas industries are announced, with several under construction. Much of the growth is related to the area’s geographic proximity to Gulf of Mexico. As a result of this economic activity, the Port of Corpus Christi recently became the fourth largest port in the nation and the nation’s leader in crude oil exports. On the fun side, beaches and fishing of the Coastal Bend area are phenomenal. Area school districts offer quality education. In addition, Corpus Christi is home to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and Del Mar College.
Position Overview: In collaboration with Chief Financial Officer, the position will become involved in all aspects of the CCHA finances and will be a key partner in preparing, reviewing, reporting, and auditing complex accounting and financial records. The position will also be integral in the development of accounting and financial operating systems. In addition to routine communication within CCHA, the position will communicate regularly with CCHA partners, banking officials, auditors, and HUD.
Qualifications: The successful candidate with be self-motivated and highly qualified. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in Accounting Finance or other related field and CPA credentials. The ideal candidate will bring affordable housing experience, an understanding of governmental accounting, and systems development experience.
Where to apply: Please check us out at our website, www.hacc.org. You can learn all about us and leave your resume on the way out. We are looking forward to hearing from you!