Job Postings

Housing Counselor – Foreclosure Prevention

Salary: $16.82/Hourly + Full Benefits Package

Benefits include: 401(k) w/ 11% company contribution, Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long-Term disability, paid vacation, sick and holidays.


SUMMARY:  Coordinate, promote and facilitate Financial Literacy and Homeownership Programs consistent with Housing and Urban Development (HUD), HOME, CDBG and Grant funding regulations that will enhance the quality of life for program participants and assist individuals within families to remove barriers that keep the family dependent on public assistance.  Manage Homeownership Programs enabling low-income families to reach their goal of homeownership.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to, the following:


Educate the community about HPT’s Homeownership Programs.  Plan, coordinate and facilitate classes, workshops and presentations to various social service agencies, THA residents and community partners about services and programs following HUD’s Housing Counseling guidelines.  


Schedule conferences with prospective participants to explain HPT’s Homeownership Programs, provide housing counseling, and community referrals.


During the conference Counselors will facilitate a complete Financial Evaluation which include establishing housing goals, creating a livable budget with the client, a full review of assets, credit score, credit history, verifying and calculating income, debt, and housing affordability. Housing Counselor will perform multiple underwriting calculations throughout the home buying process and must provide housing counseling services to each adult family member. HPT facilitates multiple homeownership program, the eligibility criteria changes annually.


Counselors will create an individualized Action Plan to address the steps needed for achievement of the goals for each participant, based upon their unique financial circumstances. Housing Counselors will monitor progress and perform follow-up, providing case management services.


Participants will receive additional information regarding employment, education, housing, budget management, credit counseling, general home maintenance, energy efficiency, foreclosure prevention, fair housing, fair lending, fraud and scam prevention, as well as other information as needed. Counselors will promote credit repair, increased savings & homeownership.


Housing Counselors compile and complete reports: detailing the participants progress toward their goals, file completion, reports for the City of Tulsa, Tulsa County HOME Consortium as administered by INCOG, HUD’s Housing Counseling program, and FHA’s Homeownership center.


Counselors work with lenders, realtors, title company staff and other real estate service providers to assist the client toward their goal of becoming a homeowner. File requirements include collecting and analyzing various reports such as, but not limited to: the Loan Estimate, the Lender’s application and underwriting transmittal summary, Home Inspection, the Appraisal, Lead Based Paint report, 100 year flood plain certificate.


Counselors prepare closing documents, coordinate with the lender, realtor and title company to attend each to provide down payment assistance and provide support to the client.


Counselors must stay familiar with the Tulsa MSA real estate, lending initiatives and other service providers.


Provide housing counseling to low-income families regarding rental issues, pre and post purchase counseling, foreclosure prevention, loss mitigations, etc.


Conduct Homebuyer Education Classes, recruit speakers/ instructors, and facilitate Home Buyer Education.


Review and be knowledgeable with current and proposed HUD regulations that affect the program participants.


All Housing Counselors must be able to pass HUD’s National Certification exam for Housing Counselors and maintain the ongoing education requirements.


Perform other duties as assigned by management.
 
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or one (1) to three (3) years experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in real estate a plus.


Housing Counseling experience including foreclosure prevention experience is preferred. 


Bilingual preferred. 
 
EOE
Drug screening and criminal background checks will be performed. 

 

Director of Operations 

$74,453 + Full Benefits

 

The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa (THA) believes in creating a better Tulsa by transforming lives and communities.  Our agency provides public assisted housing comprised of traditional public housing, mixed finances sites and housing vouchers.  Currently we provide assistance to more than 20,000 individuals. 

The Director of Operations manages, evaluates and oversees the performance of all THA owned properties while providing leadership, support and guidance to our property management and maintenance staff.  This position also ensures compliance, assist with budget development and monitors performance goals for staff. 

 

Requirements:

Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year College or university and four (4) years related experience and/or training in nonprofit administration; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  A Professional Housing Manager (PHM) certificate is required or must be obtained within one (1) year, or its equivalent (i.e. Accredited Certified Manager (ARM) or Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS). Physical & Drug Screens are Administered for this position.

Benefits:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD/STD, 401(k) with 11% employer contribution, 14 paid Holidays, 12 paid sick days and 12 paid vacation days, plus an onsite gym and much more. 

Apply at: www.tulsahousing.org

Equal Opportunity Employer  

Area Property Manager

 Salary: $74,453/Annually + Full Benefits Package

                The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa (THA) believes in creating a better Tulsa by transforming lives and communities.  Our agency provides public assisted housing comprised of traditional public housing, mixed finances sites and housing vouchers.  Currently we provide assistance to more than 20,000 individuals.

Benefits:

401(k) w/ 11% company contribution, Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long-Term disability, paid vacation, sick and holidays.

SUMMARY:

Under the general direction of the Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Affordable Housing, is responsible for the management and operations of a diverse portfolio of properties, ensure sufficient and cost-effective financial and operational management in compliance with applicable rules and regulations that provide well-maintained communities for the residents and performs other related work as required.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  •  Financial:  Review proposed annual budgets with site staff, reflecting on previous budget expenditures, forecasting future revenue and expenses, analyzing market data relating to budgets; aggressively take action to ensure each site meets or exceeds established net profit objectives; reviews monthly budget to actual variance analysis in a timely manner to ensure site staff are staying in line with projected expenditures.  Conducts market analysis to develop marketing and concession strategies for each mixed income property, ensures proper and correct pricing of market rate rental units.

  •  Compliance:  Reviews and interprets Federal, State, and specific HUD guidelines for Low Income Tax Credit, PBRA, PH and RAD programs; keep respective developments in compliance with Regulatory Authority rules for these programs.  Ensures annual and interim re-certifications are processed on a timely basis; Monitor lease enforcement of site staff, assist with quality control inspections; Prepare reports adhering to requirements of local, state, and federal entities; Monitor tenant account receivables, collection loss, occupancy percentages, legal process, and provide direction to site staff; Complies with all Fair Housing Laws

 Leadership/Supervision: 

Interpret and apply management personnel policies, departmental policies, and other relevant policies and procedures and consults with Human Resources; Monitor performance of subordinates through periodic inspections of properties and information reports;  Conducts or coordinates training programs for all new employees, and periodic training for other employees; Coordinate staffing with the AVP and SVP to ensure that all properties are adequately staffed; Monitor and analyze the effectiveness of policies and procedures and recommend changes as needed; Present necessary information to staff at meetings; Work closely with Intake Manager ensuring that established occupancy targets are reached and maintained; Provide exceptional customer service to prospective tenants, vendors, and co-workers.

 Qualification:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 Extensive knowledge of Affordable Housing operating policies and procedures, principals, practices, techniques of Public Housing, Rental Assistance Demonstration Program, and Project Based Rental Assistance management and HUD regulations.

 Knowledge of Management policies and procedures, knowledge of Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) rules and regulations, Fair Housing laws, Tenant Law, OSHA standards, REAC, basic knowledge of building maintenance, fire prevention and liability reduction principles.  Knowledge of third-party non-profit agencies that provide assistance and services to residents; working knowledge of Federally assisted housing regulations; ability to maintain required records such as tenant files, vacancy reports, etc. ability to prepare clear, concise reports and make appropriate recommendations within scope of responsibility.

 EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) from four-year College or University and four (4) years related experience and/or training in nonprofit administration, or equivalent combination of education and experience.   Must be certified in Low Income Housing Tax Credit, Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS), RAD PBV or equivalent, or the certification must be obtained within one (1) year from date of hire/promotion. Must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Highly developed interpersonal skills and the demonstrated ability to achieve solutions to problems and conflicts in a highly visible and sometimes adversarial situation.  Proficiency at multi-tasking, demonstrated expertise in managing multiple complex projects simultaneously in addition to managing day to day operations, results oriented, self-starter that has displayed the ability to excel in an unstructured environment and complete tasks according to deadlines.  Strong verbal/written communication skills, ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers, superiors, residents, community service agencies, and the public, ability to maintain multiple priorities and multiple demands to accomplish tasks in accordance with established requirements, must have the ability to perform a variety of tasks simultaneously in an accurate and timely manner, considerable skill in problem solving, conflict resolution, and dealing with confidential information/situations.

Apply at: www.tulsahousing.org

 EOE

Drug screening and criminal background checks will be performed. 

Executive Director – Hugo, OK

DEFINITION:

Under policy direction, serves as the Director and directs the activities and operation of all divisions; advises and assists the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners in the conduct of Authority business; provides administration oversight to the operational and policy functions of the agency; coordinates agency business with various programs, officials, outside agencies and the community; provides a variety of other responsible and complex administrative support to the Board of Commissioners; performs other related duties as required.


DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
•    The Executive Director serves as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Housing Authority and is responsible for overseeing the planning direction and implementation of all programs and policies of the agency, and ensuring the efficient and effective administration and execution of all agency business.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
•    Accepts full responsibility for all housing Authority activities, programs and services including directing the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies and procedures; ensures that established goals and priorities are achieved.
•    Provides advice and consultation to the Board of Commissioners on the development and implementation of agency programs, policies and services; directs and participates in the preparation, presentation and administration of the Authority budget; prepares long-term capital improvement and services plans, and provides recommendations for their financing.
•    Examines programs, systems and procedures and proposes improvements and simplifications; conducts continuous research on administrative practices and recommends improvements to enhance productivity, increase organizational effectiveness, ensure economy of operations and improve agency services.
•    Coordinates and reviews the preparation of the agenda and supporting information for the Board of Directors meetings; confers with legal counsel relative to agenda issues; prepares and submits administrative and financial reports; keep the Board of Commissioners advised of financial conditions, programs activities and accomplishments and the presents and future needs of the agency.
•    Oversees financial record maintenance and reporting; ensures proper development and administration of grant and subvention funding; prepares leases and agreements with other agencies; assumes responsibility for the development, maintenance and improvement of Housing Authority property, buildings and facilities; establishes and administers tenant relations programs; performs public relations duties, and prepares and issues press and articles.
•    Supervises, motivates and provides training for all agency staff; administers and maintains the agency personnel system, including employment procedures, grievances, affirmative action and employer-employee relations; oversees negotiations with bargaining group; oversees the selection, training and evaluation programs for all agency personnel; identifies and resolves staff deficiencies; executes disciplinary or termination procedures where required.
•    Performs all duties as may be prescribed by Board of Commissioners action; directs and implements the policies, procedures and programs adopted by the Board; assembles pertinent information, resources and work teams necessary to support a positive and productive working environment; coordinates agency programs and activities with other governmental agencies, outside organizations, outside organizations and the community.
•    Represents the Authority in professional and community meetings; stays current on issues relative to housing program administration and services delivery responsibilities; responds to and resolves sensitive and complex community and organizational inquiries and complaints.
•    Establishes positive working relationships with representatives of community organizations, other governmental agencies and associations, Authority management and staff, client and the public.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
•    Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the Executive Director. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of five years of increasingly responsible management or administrative experience in a public or private agency, including the responsibility for development and implementation of programs, budgets and administrative operations. A Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, or a related field is preferred. Experience in property management or housing is a plus.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:
•    Knowledge of modern principles and techniques of public agency administration, organizational and operation; methods and techniques of supervision, training and motivation; principles and practices of program and budget development, administration, evaluation and control; principles of effective public relations and inter-relationships with community groups, outside agencies, clients and public; applicable federal, state and local laws rule and regulations; current trends in social and economic conditions; diverse cultures, dynamics and issues associated with rural area with a diverse population; modern office procedures and equipment, including a computer and applicable software; occupational hazards and standard safety practices.
•    Ability to provide effective leadership and coordinate the activities of a complex agency; analyze, interpret, summarize and present administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner; analyze complex issues, evaluate alternatives, and reach sound conclusions and adopt an effective course of action. Effectively represent the agency to representatives of community organizations, other governmental agencies and associations. Effective management of staff, clients and public. Select, supervise, motivate, train and evaluate staff. Facilitate group participation and consensus building. Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and written. Maintain effective working relationship.

 

Deputy Executive Director – Human Resources and Organizational Development

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under general supervision of the CEO & Executive Director / Executive Vice President, this highly responsible position will provide a broad range of high level human resources and executive management  functions for the Housing Authority of Travis County (HATC) and its affiliates, HATC Foundation (HATCF), and the Strategic Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC).  All activities must support HATC, HATC Foundation, and SHFC mission, strategic goals, and objectives. The incumbent is responsible for providing support in the functional areas of recruitment, benefits administration, records management, payroll processing, orientation, training and development, employee relations, including performance assessment, and employee investigations. Responsibilities are confidential, requiring advanced communication and management skills.

QUALIFICATIONS AND KNOWLEDGE:

  • Strong writing skills (May be asked to provide a writing sample)

  • Familiarity with Adobe InDesign® CS6

  • Familiarity with Acrobat® X Pro

  • Previous Board Meeting preparation experience

  • Ability to express ideas effectively, orally and in writing

  • Previous Housing Authority experience

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in public business, management, human resources, psychology, or related field and a minimum of three (3) years of experience serving in a management role.  Experience providing human resources support preferred.   An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  Must possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable under HATC ’s plan.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Administers various Human Resources plans and procedures for all HATC personnel; assists in developing and implementing personnel policies and procedures; and prepares and maintains HATC Employee Handbook (to be developed).

  • Participates in developing and implementing department goals, objectives, and systems.

  • Works with supervisors to address performance concerns, including draft and /or review of Performance Improvement Plans, review and provide input for performance appraisals, and coach supervisors on giving performance feedback.

  • Coordinates the administration of the HATC compensation program. Monitors performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.

  • Works as a business partner to assist various functional areas with involvement in all facets of employee relations, including proactive employee relations initiatives, coaching, facilitation, conflict resolution, and effective communication.

  • Objectively and thoroughly conducts formal and informal investigations relating to employee misconduct and recommends disciplinary actions. Prepare detailed and factual reports in response to employee relations compliance issues and investigations promptly.

  • Coaches and counsels' managers and supervisors in human resources management and employment-related issues to implement organizational objectives and minimize liability.

  • Assists in the development of training material for a variety of HR topics, including but not limited to; Performance Management, Labor Law Compliance, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Interviewing, and Leadership Skills; reviews practices and procedures for legal compliance; provides input and recommendations for process and/or policy changes.

  • Coordinates benefits administration, including resolving claims, performing change reporting, approving invoices for payment, and communicating benefit information to employees.

  • Administers various Human Resources plans and procedures for all HATC personnel; assists in developing and implementing personnel policies and procedures; and prepares and maintains HATC Employee Handbook (to be developed).

  • Participates in developing and implementing department goals, objectives, and systems.

  • Works with supervisors to address performance concerns, including draft and /or review of Performance Improvement Plans, review and provide input for performance appraisals, and coach supervisors on giving performance feedback.

  • Coordinates the administration of the HATC compensation program. Monitors performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.

  • Works as a business partner to assist various functional areas with involvement in all facets of employee relations, including proactive employee relations initiatives, coaching, facilitation, conflict resolution, and effective communication.

  • Objectively and thoroughly conducts formal and informal investigations relating to employee misconduct and recommends disciplinary actions. Prepare detailed and factual reports in response to employee relations compliance issues and investigations promptly.

  • Coaches and counsels' managers and supervisors in human resources management and employment-related issues to implement organizational objectives and minimize liability.

  • Assists in the development of training material for a variety of HR topics, including but not limited to; Performance Management, Labor Law Compliance, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Interviewing, and Leadership Skills; reviews practices and procedures for legal compliance; provides input and recommendations for process and/or policy changes.

  • Coordinates benefits administration, including resolving claims, performing change reporting, approving invoices for payment, and communicating benefit information to employees.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal human resources and employment regulations, laws, and practices.

  • Knowledge of a wide range of position classification concepts, principles, and practices sufficient to establish and manage organizational structures that are efficient and cost-effective while supporting desired grade levels and facilitate career development.

  • Experience identifying problems, reviewing related information, developing, and evaluating options, and implementing solutions.

  • Knowledge of the purposes, policies, and regulations of the HATC as established by the Board of Commissioners; knowledge of HATC personnel policies and procedures.

  • Extensive knowledge of recruitment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, and training administration principles.

  • Knowledge of the major functions of compensation administration, including the principles and practices of position classification, job evaluation, performance evaluation, and compensation/salary administration. Demonstrated knowledge of compensation-related quantitative concepts.

  • Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity Laws, Fair Labor Standards Act, Civil Rights Act of 1964, ERISA, and employment practices and procedures.

  • Extensive knowledge of health care and retirement benefit plans, eligibility requirements, cost enrollment, billing procedures, and benefits administration.

  • Knowledge of personnel law, with an in-depth understanding of the laws governing the areas of employee benefits, compensation, and wage issues, including applicable federal and state laws and regulations governing the provision of company benefits (i.e., Texas County District  Retirement System and other pension plans, 457 plans, COBRA, ERISA).

  • Knowledge of Federal and State Labor laws, insurance practices and procedures, and Worker's Compensation State Law.

  • Knowledge of general office procedures and practices, business English and arithmetic.

  • Skill in analyzing, comparing, and evaluating compensation and benefit plans.

  • Skill in data organization, implementation, and efficient use of Human Resource Information Systems.

  • Skill in effective verbal and written communication to prepare and conduct presentations, training seminars, and workshops.

  • Skilled with personal productivity software, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. 

  • Skilled in operating computer equipment and general office machines such as a personal computer, copiers, projection equipment, audio/video, and adding device.

  • Skilled in interviewing and talent evaluation required.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, vendors, consultants, contractors, residents, HUD, and local, state, and federal officials and communicate with people from a broad range of socioeconomic backgrounds.

  • Ability to understand, act on, and interpret policies, regulations, and procedures set forth by the Housing Authority and/or HUD.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and courteous relationships with other employees and other business contacts.

  • Ability to coordinate several concurrent activities simultaneously.

  • Possess above average analytical and reasoning abilities.

  • Knowledge of the Housing Authority of Travis County programs, policies, and procedures.

  • Knowledge of HUD regulations, policies, procedures, goals, objectives, operational entities, requirements, and activities as they apply to the Housing Authority of Travis County.

  • Knowledge of strategic planning and execution.

  • Skilled in conflict resolution.

  • Skilled in oral and written communication.

  • Ability to establish lasting relationships and substantive dialogue that create valuable intervention opportunities for the Executive Office and facilitate access to critical information within and outside the Executive Office.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to lead effectively and mentor others.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with and relate to people of different cultures, demonstrating an ability to see issues from other perspectives.

  • Ability to work independently and assume assigned responsibilities.

  • Ability to reads, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.

  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals that are generally error-free.

  • Ability to effectively present information both orally and in writing and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

  • Ability to learn and utilize advanced Microsoft Excel functions.

  • Ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form.

  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

  • Ability to multi-task, manage time effectively, and establish priorities.

Salary

$80,000 - $100,000, depending on qualifications.

EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

  • Employer-paid medical insurance premium starting after a 30-day wait period.  Coverage will include dental and vision care for the employee only.  Dependents or spouses may be added to the Plan coverage at the sole cost to the employee.

  • $60 monthly cell phone allowance.

  • Employer-paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP) via Deer Oaks.

  • Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS) Retirement Plan: employee contributes 4% of the base salary, and the employer provides a match of 2.5 times.  The employee is vested at 5 years of service.  Eligibility for the employee retirement plan starts on date of hire. TCDRS offers Prior Service Credit for the proportionate time with other approved State Plans.

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Deputy HCV Program Director

The Housing Authority of the City of Shreveport, LA 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.
 

Essential Functions:

  • 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.

 

Qualification Requirements:
• Five years of HCV Program management experience.


Compensation/Benefits:

  • Starting Salary: $68,000 - $75,000 (based on qualifications and experience)

  • Health, dental, vision and life insurance

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

  • Paid annual and sick leave

  • Paid holidays  

To apply, submit resume and salary requirements to: brcollins@hacsla.com

Project Homekey

HASLO is excited to announce that we are recruiting for our Project Homekey property, a new supportive housing initiative in the City of Paso Robles, CA, consisting of 63 studio apartments for the formerly homeless and persons at-risk of homelessness. The City of Paso Robles is a center for tourism on the Central Coast in the heart of California’s finest wine country.
 

On-site residence in a large studio unit with limited kitchen facilities (microwave, InstantPot, & mini fridge) is required; the rent and utilities are paid in full by HASLO. Applicants must indicate their willingness to reside on-site on the Employment Application.

  • Maintenance Trainee or Worker, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $2,498-$3,610/month, commensurate with experience, plus a rent & utility free unit. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

    Maintenance Trainee or Worker Application Packet
     

  • Property Assistant, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $3,120-$3,793/month, commensurate with experience, plus a rent & utility free unit. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

    Property Assistant Application Packet

     

  • Project Coordinator, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $3,801-$4,260/month, commensurate with experience. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

    Project Coordinator Application Packet
     

  • Housing Assistant II, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $3,199-$3,888/month, commensurate with experience. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

    Housing Assistant II Application Packet
     

  • Property Assistant I, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $3,120-$3,793/month, commensurate with experience. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

    Property Assistant I Application Packet
     

  • Resident Services Assistant I, Full-Time, Non-Exempt. Compensation: $3,120-$3,793/month, commensurate with experience. Filing Deadline: Open until filled.

       Resident Services Assistant I Application Packet

The application packet is available on our website http://www.haslo.org/career-opportunities/.

Only applicants who follow all of the instructions will be considered for an interview.

Executive Director – Nevada, MO

Located in the southwest portion of Missouri in Vernon County, Nevada is ideally situated at the intersection of I‐49 & U.S. 54 and within 100 miles of Kansas City, Joplin, and Springfield. Vernon County is an excellent place for real estate investment due to its educational and steady employment opportunities, and its proximity to some of Missouri’s top urban areas. Home to more than 8,000 people, Nevada is a charming small-town community where residents enjoy all the perks of big city living with access to professional sports, opera, art, and cultural events in nearby metropolitan areas.

The Housing Authority of the City of Nevada is a municipal corporation, which complies with federal regulations and Missouri state statutes. The agency began in 1969 to provide rental assistance to people in need, and it offers a wide variety of programs including affordable public housing, housing projects, and subsidized housing. The Housing Authority is committed to building strong communities by providing quality housing and empowerment opportunities to eligible families in partnership with community resource providers.

The Executive Director coordinates meetings of local property managers in the community along with government officials, landlords, real estate agents, and other community partners to assess housing needs and facilitate open communication. The Housing Authority is a leader in working with housing advocacy groups and the Executive Director serves on a variety of boards and committees. The ideal candidate will be a dedicated, motivated, and experienced individual who will build upon the Housing Authority’s work in the community. He or she will be willing to become an integral part of the community and work closely with the City, local colleges, and 35 community agencies. The new Executive Director will be someone with housing experience, knowledge, and a clear understanding of HUD. The successful candidate will have contract management and capital funds experience, understanding both obligated and spent funds. The new Executive Director will need experience forming a nonprofit and expanding the portfolio of services. The selected candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college and have at least 10 years of responsible experience in administration, real estate, or property management.

 

For more information on this position contact:

 

Lissa Barker, Sr. Vice President
Strategic Government Resources
LissaBarker@GovernmentResource.com
817-266-0647

Construction Coordinator- Waco, TX

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the supervision of the Vice President of Operations, Construction Coordinator is charged with all aspects of the authority’s state and federally funded Public Housing capital and modernization programs. Oversee the entire construction contract process, facilitates construction contract administration by carrying out assigned tasks including, but not limited to the completion of environmental reviews, entering PIC and EPIC data, may propose and monitor extra-ordinary maintenance or modernization work to be completed. Modernization works closely with the contractors and/or architect on plans and specifications, coordinating bidding procedures, makes inspections of units being modernized, coordinating work to be performed with contractors and subcontractors. May perform on-the-job employee interviews, verify payrolls and insurance coverage of contractors and subcontractors, review periodic estimates of payments and assist with the planning and relocation of residents, produce progress reports for ongoing construction projects for Vice President of Operations.

QUALIFICATIONS AND KNOWLEDGE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction or facilities management or related field is preferred.

  • Experience may be substituted for formal education requirements if it’s demonstrated that such experience is directly applicable to the duties and responsibilities of the position.

  • A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in construction, supervision of construction or related activities is required. Knowledge of Texas regulations/codes and generally accepted construction and trade practice is necessary. Two to four years experience in Public Housing and Modernization programs.

  • Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local laws rules pertaining to procurement , wage rates, contract administration, bid documents, and related matters. Authority operating policies and procedures, and HUD regulations pertaining to Capitol Fund Program (CFP): local building codes.

  • Ability to understand, act on, and interpret policies, regulations, and procedures as set forth by the Housing Authority and/or HUD.

  • Considerable knowledge of building construction.

  • Skills in reading blue prints, plans and specifications. Strong organizational, managerial and technical skills Ability to address the public and present information in a clear, concise and convincing manner.

  • Knowledge of office equipment, including copier, computers, mainframe terminals, calculators, facsimile machine, etc.

  • Knowledge of all phases of construction, planning, costing, and building design.

  • Knowledge of all applicable building codes and housing codes and standards.

  • Ability to evaluate performance of subcontractors, estimated building and repair cost and to prepare specifications for all projects.

  • Ability to read plans, evaluate quality of construction in accordance with prescribed specifications.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective and courteous working relationships with Other employees, residents, design professionals, real estate professionals, lenders, and Community agencies that provide services.

  • Valid Driver’s license and eligibility for coverage under Authority Fleet Auto Insurance.

  • Bondability

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND GIVEN:

Generally, assignments and instructions from the Vice President of Operations are broad, though there are intermittent occasions when the employee receives specific instructions. The employee initiates and performs routine activities without supervisory direction. Problems or situations that arise and are not covered by instructions are either dealt with independently, or in consultation with the supervisor. employee's work is reviewed regularly for adherence to policies and the attainment of objectives. The employee has indirect supervisory responsibilities. Specifically, these include work progress review of various contracted modernization and home remodel/building projects.

GUIDELINES:

The employee follows regulations and guidelines issued by HUD on the CFP programs, and applicable Authority policies and procedures. Frequently the employee acts independently in making decisions about the best course of action. For situations for which there are no guidelines, the employee may adapt existing guidelines, develop new guidelines, make a decision based on the circumstances, or seek guidance from the supervisor. When new guidelines are required, the employee develops them in consultation with the Vice President of Operations and approval.

COMPLEXITY:

Work performed by the employee ranges from routine to stressful negotiation and/or ASAP situations. The employee identifies work that needs to be done, prioritizes, coordinates efforts and performs the tasks. Occasionally, the employee must make decisions regarding unusual or sensitive situations and must develop new solutions.

SCOPE AND EFFECT:

The employee's work affects other employees and residents throughout the housing developments and Modernization. Performing work tasks effectively efficiently and with professional demeanor enhances relationships between various contractors and the Authority.

PERSONAL CONTACTS:

Contacts are primarily with other Authority employees, federal, state and local governmental officials and representatives, and community agencies. The employee has contact with architects, engineers, consultants, contractors, and Authority residents. The primary purpose of contacts is to obtain, give or clarify information, plan and provide assistance, and resolve problems. Contacts are normally cooperative; however, they may be occasionally antagonistic, unresponsive, or uncooperative contacts.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  •  Ability to physically walk and survey sites in order to conduct inspections

  • Ability to work/inspect in wet, damp, hot, cold, high or dusty places

  • Ability to climb ladders up to 28 feet

  •  Ability to stoop and kneel in order to gain access to work areas

  •  Ability to work while standing for extended period of time.

  •  Ability to lift up to 30 pounds from floor to over head.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The employees work is primarily in-office, but involves site visits to housing developments, resident's units, the offices of other agencies, community centers, inspections of structure and meeting halls. The employee may be exposed to weather extremes and to the usual hazards associated with housing development.

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