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: 2/23/2018.

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

The Housing Authority of Americus, GA, has an immediate open for the position of Manager of Housing.  A letter of interest, resume, salary requirements, and a comprehensive list of qualifications must be submitted by the end of the work day on March 15, 2018.  To view a copy of the advertisement or a copy of the job description, please visit our website at www.americuspha.org and check the Job Opportunities link.

Executive Director

The Buchanan Housing Authority (BHA) is seeking a professional to serve as its next Executive Director. The BHA is a progressive and diversified housing authority with a Public Housing (46 units) located in Buchanan, GA.

Candidates must possess a range of skills and abilities in order to qualify for the position. Candidates must have the ability to manage existing staff and programs effectively and maintain the Authority’s high performance for the short and long term. Candidates must have previous executive, senior management, or similarly responsible experience and knowledge of the Authority’s current program and operations is required. Please detail actual work experience that is relevant to this position including job duties that would impact the operations of this size PHA.  The Authority currently employs 1 full-time employee and 1 part-time employee.

Resumes and references will be received by the Authority’s search consultant at the address below through March 8, 2018. Candidates are encouraged to review the qualifications requirements and submit specific evidence of experience and capabilities in the above areas. A summary of the Authority programs and operations is available from the search consultant upon request (please request via email).   Salary is dependent upon experience and BHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Resumes and qualifications must be submitted to (NO PHONE CALLS):

 

James E. Kinkead, CPA
James E. Kinkead, P.C.
P O Box 250
Loganville, GA  30052

ATTN:  Executive Director Search

Email contact: jek@jamesekinkeadpc.com

JOB TITLE:  Family Self-Sufficiency Case Manager –Part Time (HOURS UP TO 28 a week) Grant Funded

EXEMPT: NO

SALARY RANGE:           Minimum: $ 10.00                    Maximum:  $ 14.00

EMPLOYEE REPORTS TO:  Resident Services Director/FSS COORDINATOR

 

EXPIRATION DATE:  Job close 2/16/18

General Statement of Duties

 This position reports to the Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator/ and or Director of Resident Service.  The incumbent is responsible for helping their supervisor with the management of the Public Housing, NSP Neighbor Stabilization Program and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program.  The incumbent is responsible for assisting the FSS Coordinator recruit participants, counseling families about the FSS Program, and developing realistic goals for attaining self-sufficiency, which includes attaining educational, training, finance, budget and work-related goals.  The FSS Case Manager serves as liaison between HAN and community service providers to maximize resources for participants.  And also is responsible ensuring compliance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Federal Regulations and the Housing Authority of Newnan (HAN)-approved Administrative FSS Plan. The incumbent in this position must maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times. Contribute towards the achievement of the HAN’s goals and objectives.

Key Duties/Essential Job Functions

The statement contained here reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.  Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise balance the work load.

  1. Recruit new applicants; interview, and provide information to FSS applicants.
  2. Process initial paperwork for FSS participants.
  3. Prepare and execute FSS contracts.
  4. Implement FSS action plan and FSS administrative plan; maintain all statistical data as required.
  5. Perform individual and family needs assessments to determine potential obstacles in achieving self-sufficiency.
  6. Assist in establishing and coordinating the Program Coordinating Committee; prepare agendas for meetings; report HUD-related information to Committee.
  7. Plan and coordinate activities for program participants, such as job training programs, GED classes, etc.
  8. Assist with referrals of participants to appropriate social service agency; and meet with representatives of other public, private, and social organizations to design and develop collaborative approaches to programs and services delivery for FSS participants.
  9. Act as liaison between program participants and various community resources, performing counseling and case management functions for FSS participants.
  10. Prepare all HUD-/HAN-required monthly/quarterly reports relating to the FSS Program and submit to supervisor as requested.
  11. Create and maintain a case file on each FSS Program participant.
  12. Develop and maintain working relationships with HAN staff, external community agencies, and resident groups. Work with and help plan and oversee all Resident Council Groups and meetings.
  13. Assist with the preparation of grant applications for projects and programs that relates to the FSS Program and other HAN program management.
  14. Handle telephone communication from applicants and the general public.
  15. Interview participants quarterly and or as needed to review their progress.
  16. Able to work independently and carry out all assignments.
  17. Follow a protocol for collecting technical and highly personal information and to ask probing and clarifying questions as needed.
  18. Express complex ideas concisely and effectively and respond accurately and clearly to questions and comments.
  19. Explain complex concepts and calculations simply and clearly to program applicants and supervisor as needed or requested.
  20. Understand and evaluate verification documents (e.g., pay stubs, insurance contracts, credit reports, banking and investment documents) in order to apply program rules correctly and or be trainable within a designated time frame as set by immediate supervisor.
  21. Make sound judgments when required by program rules (e.g., reasonableness determinations for child care and feasibility determinations for getting third-party verifications).
  22. Evaluate workloads, project resource requirements, set priorities, and develop realistic implementation plans.
  23. Overseer’s the HAN Summer Food Program application and hiring and evaluating all SFSP staff.
  24. Perform other duties as required.

Job Requirements/Qualifications/Education/Guidelines

  1. Bachelor’s degree in social work, public administration, psychology, or closely related field, with a minimum of three years’ experience in responsible public contact, preferably in one of the previously listed fields; or an Associate’s degree and three years’ experience working in an FSS Program; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which, in the sole determination of the Housing Authority, constitutes the required knowledge and abilities.
  2. Knowledge of requirements, rules, regulations, and procedures of the FSS Program. Willing and able to attend required FSS training and able to pass FSS required test for certification in a time frame as designated by immediate supervisor (within 6 months to a year of employment)
  3. Considerable knowledge of the organization and programs of other community agencies and groups that can assist the Authority and help provide for the health, welfare, and recreational needs of the residents and or willing and able to be trained within a time frame as outlined by immediate supervisor.
  4. Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the general public, civic and community organizations.
  5. Ability to work effectively with all types of people and to maintain composure under pressure.
  6. Demonstrate case management ability and or be willing to be trained to handle case load of up to 75 clients.
  7. Ability to establish and promote effective working relationships with other Authority employees, residents, representatives from social agencies and community groups, and the general public.
  8. Ability to counsel with residents.
  9. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports.
  10. Strong written, verbal, analytical, and interpersonal skills.
  11. Ability to be covered under the Authority’s fidelity bond.
  12. Must be proficient in the use of computers, the Windows environment, and Microsoft Word, with proven ability to learn and master new software.
  13. Must possess a FSS Certification, or acquire certifications within one year of assuming this position.
  14. Ability to accurately perform basic arithmetic computations, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, proration, and estimation using numbers with decimals, fractions, and percentages.
  15. Knowledge of standard office procedures and filing methods.
  16. The ability to recognize problems, analyzes causes, and proposes solutions.
  17. Able and willing to learn workplace rules and requirements (e.g., worker safety, sexual harassment).
  18. Knowledge of conflict resolution principles and the ability to apply them in the workplace.
  19. Able and willing to learn HAN-established policies and procedures.
  20. Drug Testing required if offered position as well as a Criminal Background check due to nature of  work.

Working Conditions/Physical Requirements

Sitting, standing and working at computer for period of time, networking, typing, reading, writing, attending meetings/trainings, and being at HAN sites unaccompanied.  Must be able to lift and or move office equipment/supplies and or furniture up to 75lbs.

Must be able to work very flexible hours including (evening, nights, and weekend hours).

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Position Title:            Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator; Full-Time

Department:              Resident Service

Supervisor:                Director of Resident Service

Salary:                        Grant Funded and Performance Standard Position that may be

                                    Renewable ($15.00 -$22.00) Plus Benefits

Job Status:                 Open until 2/16/18   

 

POSITION SUMMARY:  Under the supervision of the Resident Services Director, the Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator  is responsible for the management of the Public Housing and Section 8 Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program; recruiting participants, counseling families about the FSS Program, and developing realistic goals for attaining self-sufficiency, which includes attaining educational, training, and work-related goals.  Coordinate and serves as liaison between HAN and community service providers to maximize resources for participants by developing an active Program Coordination Committee (PCC). Must be able to attend job related trainings and conferences.  Will have to complete and comply with HUD guideline for operating the Family Self-Sufficiency Program and completing all scheduled reports when due.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

  1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in social work, public administration, psychology, or closely related field, with a minimum of three years’ experience in responsible public contact, preferably in one of the previously listed fields; or an Associate’s degree and three years’ experience working in an FSS Program; graduated from high school or it’s equivalency and 5 years of full-time paid experience working in the human services involving direct services to clientele or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which, in the sole determination of the Housing Authority, constitutes the required knowledge and abilities. Drug Test and Criminal Background check will be required if offered the position.  MUST PROVIDE COPY OF ALL EDUCATIONAL PROOF AT TIME OF APPLICATION
  2. Must have a valid GA driver license, own care and be insurable by HAN policy.
  1. Must have good written and oral communication skills.
  1. Must be flexible in scheduling including weekends.
  1. Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher experience required.
  1. Must be very familiar with the Microsoft suite (due to reports that are due monthly).
  1. Able to work independently and carry out assignments.
  1. Able to follow a protocol for collecting technical and highly personal information and to ask probing and clarifying questions as needed.
  1. Able to express complex ideas concisely and effectively and respond accurately and clearly to questions, comments and or concerns.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  (All duties listed may not be included in any one position nor does the list include all tasks found in a position of this nature.)

  1. Recruit new applicants and provide information to FSS applicant minimum 50.
  1. Process initial paperwork for FSS participants and maintain a case file for each.
  1. Prepare and execute FSS contracts.
  1. Assist and guide FSS participants in setting FSS goals and work with clients to help them gain financial independence
  1. Amend FSS action plan as needed and maintain all statistical data as required.
  1. Perform individual and family needs assessments to determine potential obstacles in achieving self-sufficiency.
  1. Organize and conduct meetings as necessary with the Program Coordinating Committee (PCC); prepare agendas for meetings; report HUD-related information to Committee.
  1. Plan and coordinate activities for program participants, such as job training programs, GED classes, budgeting, financial counseling, home ownership; etc.
  1. Refer participants to appropriate social service agency; and meet with representatives of other public, private, and social organizations to design and develop collaborative approaches to programs and services delivery for FSS participants.
  1. Act as liaison between program participants and various community resources, performing counseling and case management functions for FSS participants.
  1. Prepare all HUD-/HAN-required reports relating to the FSS Program.
  1. Monitor and document progress of FSS participants’ goals. This includes counseling and providing support throughout the term of contract.
  1. Develop and maintain working relationships with HAN staff, external community agencies, and resident groups.
  1. Assist with the preparation of grant applications for projects and programs that relate to the FSS Program and other HAN program management.
  1. Interview participants monthly to review progress.
  1. Work independently and carry out assignments.
  1. Follow a protocol for collecting technical and highly personal information and to ask probing and clarifying questions as needed.
  1. Express complex ideas concisely and effectively and respond accurately and clearly to questions and comments.
  1. Evaluate workloads, project resource requirements, set priorities, and develop realistic implementation plans.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

Perform other work-related duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

  1. Considerable knowledge of the organization and programs of other community agencies and groups that can assist the Authority and help provide for the health, welfare, and recreational needs of the residents.
  1. Ability to learn the requirements, rules, regulations, terminology, and functions of Public Housing programs.
  2. Ability to work effectively with all types of people and to maintain composure under pressure.
  1. Ability to establish and promote effective working relationships with other Authority employees, residents, representatives from social agencies and community groups, and the general public.
  1. Ability to counsel with residents.
  1. Ability to deal courteously and tactfully with the public and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and superiors.
  1. Demonstrate case management ability.
  1. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports.
  1. Strong analytical, verbal, written, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
  1. Must possess FSS Certification, or acquire Certification within one year of assuming this position.
  1. Ability to physically operate personal computers, copiers, facsimile machines, telephones, and other common office machines and equipment.
  1. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, with proven ability to learn and master new software.
  1. Ability to be covered under the Authority’s fidelity bond.
  1. Ability to accurately perform basic arithmetic computations, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, proration, and estimation using numbers with decimals, fractions, and percentages.
  1. Knowledge of standard office procedures and filing methods.
  1. Ability to recognize problems, analyze causes, and propose solutions.
  1. Personal management, including time management, integrity, and ethics.
  1. Ability to work independently and to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
  1. Learn workplace rules and requirements (e.g., worker safety, sexual harassment), and HAN-established policies and procedures.
  1. Knowledge of conflict resolution principles and the ability to apply them in the workplace.
  1. The ability to apply HUD- and HAN-established policies and procedures to consistently produce on-time and accurate income, rent, and subsidy calculations.
  • Understanding of the definition of annual income and the ability to recognize sources
  • Ability to complete HUD-50058 entries correctly, including identifying and correctly using transaction codes.

The Brunswick Housing Authority has a Preventative Maintenance Position open.  Please visit our web page at www.brunswickpha.org for an application, job duties and a list of requirements needed. Completed applications and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled at 1126 Albany Street; Brunswick, GA 31520 in a sealed envelope labeled Attention: Personnel or via email to accountingmanager@brunswickpha.org.

Applications only, no phone calls and no interviews at this time. The Brunswick Housing Authority is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Telecommunications device for the deaf (800) 255-0056.

The Brunswick Housing Authority has a Maintenance Position open.  Please visit our web page at www.brunswickpha.org for an application, job duties and a list of requirements needed. Completed applications and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled at 1126 Albany Street; Brunswick, GA 31520 in a sealed envelope labeled Attention: Personnel or via email to accountingmanager@brunswickpha.org.

Applications only, no phone calls and no interviews at this time. The Brunswick Housing Authority is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  Telecommunications device for the deaf (800) 255-0056.

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

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE

Position Title:
Assistant Controller/Accounting Manager
FLSA Status:Exempt
Reports To: Executive Director
Salary Range: $50,000-$65,000
DOE Last Updated: 03/01/2017

POSITION OVERVIEW
This is a full time position under the direction of the Executive Director. Assistant Controller is responsible for organization’s general accounting activities and all financial matters of the Lawrenceville Housing Authority (LHA) and Gwinnett Housing Corporation (GHC). He/she will oversee the financial operations of complex programs with diverse funding sources. Must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The statements contained here reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise balance the work load. The functions listed are also examples of duties that may be required and in no way imply a contractual agreement between the employer and employee or affect the at-will relationship between the parties.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
• Assist the Fee Accountant in development of monthly and annual financial reports;
• Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements; collate financial reporting materials for all donor segments;
• Effectively communicate and present the critical financial matters to the executive director;
• Oversee financial, project/program and grants accounting; ensure that expenditures are consistently aligned with grant and program budgets throughout the grant/fund period; collate financial reporting materials for government, corporate and foundation grants;
• Work closely with grantor agencies to ensure accurate reports are submitted on timely basis;
• Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, liaise with external auditors and Fee Accountant;
• Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the ED; administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes; and keep ED abreast of the organization’s financial status;
• Prepare and submit required financial reports to grantor agencies
• Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting;
• Oversee cash, investment and asset management ;
• Maintain banking relationships;
• Maintain financial record systems in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and HUD requirements, and monitor the use of all funds; and
• Work closely with program leaders to explore how the finance function can support program operations.
ACCOUNTING & PAYROLL
• Direct all financial, project-based and departmental accounting;
• Maintain all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems ensuring compliance with appropriate GAAP standards and regulatory requirements. Reconcile accounts, processes accounts payable and receivable, including filing and record retention;
• Process accounts payable invoices, expense reports, reconcile employee benefit payments, etc. in an accurate and timely manner, in accordance with LHA policy / procedure. Verify all invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment. Match invoices to checks, obtain all signatures and distribute checks accordingly. Respond to all vendor inquiries.
• Maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, costs and program budgets and actual expenditures;
• Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Experience with GAAP accounting
• Minimum of a BA degree, ideally with an MBA/CPA or related accreditation
• At least five years of overall professional experience; ideally some broad financial experience in a nonprofit organization
• Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance and reporting
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Demonstrated excellence in managing finance, accounting, budgeting, controls and reporting
• A track record in grants management
• Technology savvy with experience selecting and overseeing software installations and managing relationships with software vendors; knowledge of accounting and reporting software
• Commitment to training programs that maximize individual and organization goals
• A successful track record in setting priorities; keen analytic, organization and problem solving skills which support and enable sound decision making
• A multitasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

This position is required to work in an office setting that is generally accessible to the mobility and sensory impaired. The incumbent must have the ability to utilize standard office equipment and access files and documents. The incumbent must have the ability to lift up to 20 pounds and must be able to work while seated for extended periods of time.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

• Ability to be covered under the Authority’s liability policy.
• Able to be covered under the Authority’s fidelity bond.
• Able to occasionally travel overnight.

HOUSING SPECIALIST
POSITION SUMMARY:
This is responsible technical work in all phases of the operation of the Housing Choice Voucher program(s).  This position is responsible for accurately taking applications, performing certification’s, maintaining landlord and resident records, interacting with other housing authorities and various community agencies, and negotiating and preparing HAP contracts conducting briefings publicizing the program.  The Housing Specialist also is responsible for more than one specialized function/duty in addition to the regular duties of a Housing Specialist.

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