Director of Operations

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Housing Authority of Fulton County, Georgia is an evolving and transforming Housing Authority located in metropolitan Atlanta. Director of Operations provides leadership and day-to-day Operational oversight and direction to the various departments. Also, the Director of Operations is responsible for planning, development, implementation and monitoring various housing programs to include: Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing (PH), Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LITHTC), and other non-federal programs. The selected candidate will be responsible for interpreting federal, state, and local regulations regarding the implementation of programs, and makes policy recommendations to ensure overall compliance. Additionally, a comprehensive knowledge of HUD programs, regulations, reporting and applicable affordable programs on the State level. Ensures compliance with HUD and other relevant regulations. Prepares management reports, grant proposals, funding applications, and recommends decisions affecting the operations and administration of the Agency. Candidate will work with the Executive Director to ensure standards are set and goals achieved according to the objectives set forth by the Board of Commissioners and contained in the ACOP and Administrative  Plans.

Please visit www.hafc.org for the full job description.  Interested applicants must submit a cover letter of interest and resume to jobs07@hafc.org. The application deadline is Monday, September 10, 2018.

Competitive Proposals will be received by Fyffe Construction Co., Inc (General Contractor) for the construction of Phoenix Landing located at 1200 Whitesville Rd, LaGrange GA until 4:00 pm EST, September 20, 2018, for the furnishing of labor, material, and equipment for this development.

Work Includes but not limited to:
Construction of a new three-story single building containing (70) rental apartments with common area spaces. Work to include all necessary site work to accommodate the building.

Work is shown on the Plans and Project Manual by Make3 Architecture/Planning/Design.

Plans and the Project Manual may be obtained from ISqFt Plan Room on-line or from Fyffe Construction Co. by contacting Jennifer Williams or Steve Brice (contact information below).

All bidding subcontractors shall have proper licenses under GA Laws and comply with all other regulatory notices provided in the Project Manual.

No Pre-Bid Conference meeting is scheduled.

The Owner and/or General Contractor reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive informalities.

Bids shall be e-mailed to Fyffe Construction Co. c/o quotes@fyffeconstruction.com by date and time specified above in which they will be privately opened.

Jennifer Williams
Fyffe Construction Co.
(256) 572-0489
jwilliams@fyffeconstruction.com

Steve Brick
Fyffe Construction Co.
(256) 417-4922, Ext 209
sbrice@fyffeconstruction.com

Position Description

Classification:          Maintenance Mechanic -Part Time

Supervisor:                            Property Manager
Effective Date:                       April 13, 2018
Salary Range:                       $21,436 –  $38,000 (Non-Exempt)

Please send resumes to mhudson@cantonha.org.  No Phone Calls

Position Summary

Under general supervisor of the Property Manager, the primary objective of this position is to perform minor general maintenance and repair work on all three facilities and equipment. The Maintenance Mechanic will work no more than 30 hours on a weekly basis. Potential overtime when needed approved by management.

Supervision Exercised

No supervisory duties exercised

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Maintenance Mechanic will be responsible, under the direction of the Property Manager, for the overall maintenance of all three sites; Jefferson Circle, Shipp Street, and Oakside Drive., totaling to 148 units, in all areas related to the day-to-day maintenance operations of each community. Essential duties include but are not limited to:

Responsible for completing the make-ready of vacant units, completing the work as quickly as possible consistent with a high-quality result.

Responsible for a wide variety of maintenance, cleaning and repair work on all three facilities, system structures and equipment (i.e. repairs and replacement of screens, glass, doors, and door hardware, blinds, floors, baseboards.

Completing and closing out work orders in a timely fashion.

Complete grounds work such as: tree removal, fence repair, power- washing, gutter cleaning, grounds pick up throughout each community and main office, sweeping, cleaning and light landscaping

Potentially responsible when needed for 24-hour emergency maintenance and being available On- Call on weekends and holidays

Assisting with special needs of clients including making copies of keys, changing light bulbs

Responsible for reporting to all unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the property or residents

Coordinate with the Property Manager on a weekly basis concerning any special projects

Responsible for maintaining strict confidentiality regarding office matters and exercising the protection of the sensitive personal, program and resident information

Responsible for updating and keeping an accurate log of travel mileage while using work vehicle during work hours and while on-call when needed

Supports the relationship between CHA and the constituent population by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with clients, visitors, and CHA staff members

Replaces furnace/AC filters, checks air vents and thermostats.

Performs other duties as assigned or required.

Job Requirements

Maintenance Mechanic must maintain a professional and courteous manner with all residents, visitors, contractors and employees. One must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions and be able to maintain effective and cooperative working relationships. Maintenance Mechanic must have good time management skills and pay close attention to details.

Education/ Qualification

High School Diploma or GED Required

HVAC Certification preferred

Valid Driver’s License and Reliable transportation required

Five years (5) of building maintenance, plumbing, painting, cleaning and maintenance experience

Knowledge and Skills:

Knowledge in applying the methods, materials, procedures, and techniques used to perform general building maintenance work

Skills and experience in the use of various hand tools, work aids and equipment necessary to complete the work

Knowledge to conform to common work practices, policies, procedures, etc. ability to follow safety policies, procedures, practices and regulations; ability to organize and plan the sequence of tasks necessary to complete job assignments; Ability to identify and evaluate cleaning, supply and equipment needs and solve work related problems.

Ability to read and understand related written material.

Knowledge of CHA policies and procedures.

Skill in following oral and written instruction.

Skill in effective communication, both verbal and written.

Skill in interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds.

Maintenance Technician

The East Point Housing Authority seeks a Full Time Maintenance Technician. Under direct supervision of the Housing Director, performs a variety of journeyman level trade and labor activities. The successful candidate must have experience in routine mechanical, plumbing, electrical, masonry, carpentry and painting. Must be able to complete assigned work orders efficiently. Assists in evictions by removing personal property out of dwelling units; Keep the grounds and common areas free of trash and debris including mowing, weed eating, hedge trimming. Maintains open communication with management, consistently maintains a professional, courteous attitude when interacting with residents, co-workers and the general public; attends and participates in training seminars as requested and performs on-call emergency service as required. May assist in monitoring and/or controlling maintenance inventory and/or supplies and perform other duties as assigned. Experience with subsidized housing is a plus. Trade licenses/certifications highly desirable. Applicant must successfully complete a drug screen, have a clean driving record with the Department of Motor Vehicles, and pass a criminal history/law enforcement background check. Applicants must submit an EPHA job application and resume to be considered. Applications may be obtained at www.eastpointha.org. Submit to jobs1@eastpointha.org or East Point Housing, P.O. Box 91363, East Point, Georgia 30364, Attn: HR Dept. Close date: 3/13/2018.

The Housing Authority of the City of East Point, Georgia is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Housing Specialist – Decatur, GA

  1.  Processes verification and documentation of required information.
  2. Handles complete case file from initial contract through termination, including computer input/processing.
  3. Acts as the contact person for Decatur clients porting to other agencies and ensures that paperwork is processed timely and applicable Housing Authority is properly set to receive payment.
  4. Prepares and sends letters to Housing Choice Program applicants and recipients.
  5. Briefs voucher holders.
  6. Prepares contracts.
  7. Accurately performs all functions of the job.
  8. Maintains records in good order and ensures certifications are current.
  9. Handles more than one specialized function, such as performing a more technical or specialized duty. Provides supervision in a work area, etc.
  10. Handles clients porting in from other agencies in a timely manner including setting up billing and processing paperwork. Meets HUD time frames as required.
  11. Delivers outstanding customer service.
  12. Specialized functions include inspections, portability, reporting duties, computer system responsibilities, etc.
  13. Calculates household income and rent.
  14. Read, understand, and interpret HUD regulations and Housing Authority policies.
  15. Maintains assigned caseload.
  16. Retrieves comparables from online website
  17. Attends work with regularity and punctually and recognizes that attendance is an essential duty and responsibility of this position.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Works in all phases of the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
  2. Ability to pay close attention to details.
  3. Handles all paperwork related to program operation and for a substantial caseload.
  4. Meets all required time frames.
  5. Utilizes the computer to perform responsibilities.
  6. Prepares HUD required forms completely and accurately.
  7. Maintains all files in accurate and correct order and ensures all required forms are completed in their entirety.
  8. Counsels with families as needed.
  9. Completes detailed job assignments on a regular or sporadic basis as assigned.
  10. Coordinates work with other employees and ensure timely completion.
  11. Prepares regular reports as assigned.
  12. Provides backup coverage to the front desk as assigned.
  13. Adjusts schedule to accommodate special needs of customers, including special appointment times.
  14. Performs other related work as assigned.
Decatur Housing Authority is looking for a team player, independent worker, organized and very little supervision needed candidate. Candidate must have some experience in this entry level position.

Apply Online Now: http://hirinq.accolo.com/iob.htm?id=449436198&applv=true

INVITATION TO BID Proposal

The Lagrange Housing Authority is accepting bids from licensed and qualified contractors for Unit Turn Services for residential properties located at 201 Chatham Street and 611 Borton Street, Lagrange, Georgia. Proper licensing and insurance is required.  The awarded continuing contracts will be on an as needed service for vacant units.

Bid packages are available at www.phalagrange.net.

To have bid packages mailed or emailed please submit a written request for bid to zhearded@phalagrange.net

 

The last day to submit bids will be November 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

Submit bids to:

Zsa Zsa Heard, CEO LaGrange Housing Authority, 201 Chatham Street, LaGrange, GA 30240

Thank you

The GAHRA Human Services – Resident Support Committee is planning for the 16th Annual GAHRA Resident Leadership Development Conference. The conference will be held October 13-15, 2017, at Epworth By The Sea, St. Simons Island, GA. The registration cost for the conference will be $115.00 per person. This fee includes conference materials and other conference amenities. Rooms will book up quickly, so make your reservations now! We are not making plans for Housing Authorities to stay elsewhere.

We ask that you complete the attached Registration Form and return it along with payment by 5:00 p.m. September 8, 2017, so that we may finalize our plans. Registration is limited to the first 140 people.

Registrations after the deadline will not be accepted. Registrations must be postmarked by September 8th. There will be no on-site registration. Lodging Accommodation Deadline: Friday, September 22, 2017

This conference will provide leadership training that should excite and motivate everyone involved to return to their authorities inspired and refreshed. The cost for this conference is an eligible expense using your Resident Participation Funds.

We look forward to the participation of your residents and staff at this conference. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact: Dr. Geraldine Clarke at (706) 425-5404 or gclarke@athenshousing.org, or Toni Crawford, (478) 752-5089, tcrawford@maconhousing.com, or Patricia Allen at (706) 647-7420, patriciaallen@thomastonhousing.org.

Sincerely,
Dr. Geraldine Clarke, Chairperson
Toni Crawford, Vice Chairperson
Patricia Allen, Co-Vice Chairperson
GAHRA Human Services – Resident Support Committee

2017_RLC_Registration_Packet

The Commissioners Retreat will be held on July 30 – August 1, 2017 at the Westin Jekyll Island on Jekyll Island.

You may register on-line by clicking here.

The cut-off date for hotel reservations is June 30, 2017.