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Storm Drain Improvements at Aventine Apartments
Fort Worth Housing Authority

Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS) is currently accepting sealed bids.
FWHS reserves the right to reject any or all bids. MBE/WBE firms are encouraged to submit
a bid.
All questions for the IFB must be submitted in writing and e-mailed to FWHS at
procurement@fwhs.org or faxed to (817) 333-3593 no later than, 1:00 p.m. CST on
Wednesday, May 27, 2020.
DUE TO COVID-19, FWHS IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
Both the pre-bid meeting and bid opening will be conducted via conference call, using the dial-in
number listed below. All bid packages must be mailed.
DIAL-IN (563) 999-2272
MEETING ID 603801
PRE-BID MEETING: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. CST
SITE VISIT: By Appointment Only with FWHS
Aventine Apartments
5551 North Tarrant Pkwy
Fort Worth, TX 76244
IFB DUE DATE/TIME: Thursday, June 10, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. CST
MAIL BID PACKAGE TO: FWHS Procurement Office
1201 E. 13th Street, 2nd Floor
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Solicitation documents are available either through the e-Procurement portal, located on our
website at www.fwhs.org/bid-invitations. Please call our office with questions at (817) 535-6877.

Director of Housing Management
Kansas City Housing Authority
Kansas City, KS

The Opportunity

 

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. 

 

 

Accountabilities; Role

 

Reporting to the Executive Director/CEO and supervising a staff of 15, including an Assistant Director, 9 Property Managers and two Resident Services Coordinators, the Director of Housing Management oversees KCKHA’s resident and housing operations to ensure fiscal stability, integrity in reporting and compliance, resident census and qualification and effective inter-departmental communication and coordination,  S/he has key responsibility for ensuring productive and satisfactory relationships with HUD and other funders and for ensuring smooth transition of residents, from application through transfer/move-out.   

 

Essential Functions

 

Monitors program compliance with federal law and regulations. Monitors application procedures and processes, including move-in checklist and spreadsheet. 


Provides information and resolves concerns/grievances with applicants, tenants, outside agencies, and the public as needed.  


Oversees audit and review of tenant files.   Conducts informal reviews with applicants and tenants with regard to program violations and proposed denial or termination of assistance.


Supervises and supports KCKHA’s Housing Management Staff, conducting performance evaluations. 

 

Oversees HUD management delivery system (IMS/PIC, EIV and DL4), ensuring accuracy and documentation.  Ensures integrity in the system, reviewing files for fraud prevention in relation to income reporting and Deceased Resident Reports. Monitors and ensures compliance with residents’ HUD Community Service and Self-Sufficiency (CSSR) requirement.

 

Assists in the preparation of the Five Year/Annual Public Housing Agency Plan and the housing portion of the Five Year/One Year Action Plan of the Consolidated Plan Document.

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Vice President Financial Services

The Housing Authority is seeking an individual with self-motivation and initiative who will fiscally be able to assist the agency in meeting its long-term goals for growth and expansion. A team builder able to serve as a mentor to staff and provides leadership within the organization  This person will work as part of an Executive Team who understands that there is serious work to be done and will put in the needed time to do the job well.  Someone with the capability to analyze capital needs of the agency. Learn more>

Executive Director/ CEO
Kansas City Housing Authority
Kansas City, KS

The Opportunity

 

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. 

 

 

Accountabilities; Role

 

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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SMALL ORDER BID NO. 2020-300, Fire Alarm Monitoring System

FWHS is currently accepting bids for Fire Alarm Monitoring System.  Solicitations are available either online at www.fwhs.org/business-opportunities/ or go to the Procurement Department, 1201 E. 13th Street, 1st Floor, South Entrance, Fort Worth, TX 76102 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. CST.

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