Executive Director - Macon Housing Authority, Macon, Missouri

The Macon Housing Authority seeks a dedicated, experienced professional applicant for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director oversees the day to day operations of the Authority with staff of five under the oversight of a Board of Directors. The authority consists of 105 public housing and 24 HOME units.

The position requires supervisory and long-range planning skills, the ability to communicate with residents of various socio-economic backgrounds, community involvement, ability to work well with other agencies, entities and regulatory federal and state agencies, have experience with accounting and fiscal management.  Knowledge of property management with emphasis on affordable housing/HUD programs is preferred. Successful grant writing is desirable.  Certifications will need to be obtained upon employment.  

Pay will be based on experience within a limited range for size of agency. Benefit package includes employee health, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement along with paid vacation and sick leave.

Email cover letter, detailed resume, and a listing of three or more professional references to: mhamaconmo@gmail.com, with the subject line Macon MO HA ED Application     or

mail to:                                                                                    via office: sealed envelope titled                    Macon MO HA ED Search                                        ATTN:  Donna Dunwoody                                       

Macon Housing Authority                                          P O Box 306                                                               1404 S Missouri Street          

Macon MO 63552                                                       

Resumes will not be accepted past July 21, 2020 at 4:30 PM CST

Audit Proposal

The Stillwater Housing Authority is requesting audit proposals for the FY 2020. The single audit of the Housing Authority of the City of Stillwater (SHA) shall be conducted in accordance with the Single Audit Act (Uniform Guidance), the Standards of Audit for Governmental Organizations, Programs, Activities and Functions, 24 CFR Part 990, and all other relevant regulations. SHA is requesting audit proposals for fiscal years ending September 30, 2020 with two renewal options for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2021 and September 30, 2022. SHA is a Housing Authority under the laws of the State of Oklahoma. The purpose of the Authority is to engage in the establishment, development, acquisitions, leasing and administration of Public Housing, HCV Tenant Based, HCV Project Based, Foster Youth to Independence Vouchers, and manages a homeless shelter (Mission of Hope). SHA has 11 employees and manages 135 public housing units and 656 Section 8 Vouchers and currently 2 FYITPV vouchers. The Authority has a 501©(3) entity that are to be included in the scope of audit as follows. The Mission of Hope has eleven employees and manages numerous grants. Fee accounting services is provided by Urlaub & Co., PLLC.


Stillwater Housing Authority
807 S. Lowry, Ofc.
Stillwater, OK. 74074 405-372-4906 ext. 1500
toni@stillwaterhousing.org
Toni L. Broyles Executive Director

Director of Federal Housing Programs

San Antonio Housing Authority

San Antonio, TX

San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Federal Housing Programs. 

The Director of Federal Housing Programs reports to the Chief Operations Officer (COO) and manages, directs, develops, and coordinates the activities of both the Assisted Housing Programs (AHP) and the Public Housing (PH) Program.  

Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Public Administration, or a related field is required.  The successful candidate must have at least nine (9) years of industry experience at a high-level position of administrative or operational oversight in housing and community development or a related field, along with six (6) years in a management capacity.  Candidates must have the ability to earn housing certifications as required. Starting salary is open, dependent upon qualifications. 

Position is open until filled.  

To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com and apply online. 

A detailed brochure is available.  Questions may be directed to Ms. S. Renée Narloch at info@srnsearch.com or 850.391.0000.  SAHA is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer.  Pursuant to Texas Open Records law, applications and resumes are subject to disclosure. 

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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Physical Needs Assessment- Round Rock Housing Authority

The Housing Authority of the City of Round Rock Texas is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to perform a Physical Needs Assessment. Responses to the Request for Proposals will be received until 10:00 a.m. July 20, 2020.  Proposals should be sent to Ebby Green, RRHA, 1505 Lance Lane, Round Rock, Texas 78664-4545.  Responses to the Request for Proposals received after this time will not be considered.

 

The last day for questions will be until 10:00 a.m. July 16, 2020.

 

The Request for Proposals in electronic format may be requested by contacting ebby@roundrockha.org.  All requests for electronic copies of the Request for Proposals must include name of firm, name of contact person, including their phone number and email address.

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!

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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