Status: Entry level, Full-Time Position. Salary range: $36,000 – $50,000 per year based on experience. Applications: Send resume’s and/or inquiries to: Robert Buckner, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Housing Authority of the City of Augusta, Georgia is looking for an experienced Director of Management to oversee and manage approximately 1800 LIPH units in the Augusta, Richmond County area. Please, see the attached job description for details and responsibilities. Excellent benefits package including but not limited to generous vacation/sick time, pension, paid holidays and various insurances with minimal cost to the employee. Qualified individuals should submit resumes to email@example.com. Application Deadline: February 28, 2022.Director-of-Management
The office Assistant will perform various routine clerical duties to support Gainesville Housing.Office-Assistant-Gainesville
The Leasing Consultant interacts directly with prospective and current residents by marketing, showing and leasing apartments. The Leasing Consultant acts as the Company’s representative by responding to all applicants and residents in a courteous and prompt manner regarding leasing, marketing, and resident relations.Leasing-Consultant-Gainesville
CALHOUN HOUSING AUTHORITY – DEPUTY DIRECTOR
Title: Deputy Director
Reports To: Executive Director
Department/Division: Executive Office
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Pay: Salary, $61,000 – $66,000 per year based on education and experience.
Send resume’s to:
An acknowledgment email will be sent to you upon receipt of your resume. Additional information may be requested of you (via email) during the review process.
All applications will be received through February 28th, 2022; 4:00pm. This position is to be filled as soon as possible, but no later than March 15, 2022.
General Position Summary
The Calhoun Housing Authority is seeking a Deputy Director to assist the Executive Director with improving its affordable housing portfolio through the use of LIHTC, Bonds, and other revenue streams to implement various types of new construction and renovations. The Deputy Director has the responsibility of managing, maintaining, and directing of subordinate staff performing the Authority’s programs, the Authority’s goals, and other requirements established by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Georgia Department of Community affairs, (DCA), or any other entity assisting the Calhoun Housing Authority. The Deputy Director reports all relative Authority matters to the Executive Director.
General Agency Information
The Calhoun Housing Authority (“CHA”) is a public housing authority primarily funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for the management of 249 public housing units located within the city limits of Calhoun Georgia, Gordon County. CHA has approximately nine administrative personnel and four maintenance personnel. CHA has a nonprofit organization, New Foundations Development, which implements new construction and renovations throughout Gordon and Bartow Counties for low-income homeowners in those areas through the use of State and Federal Grants such as CHIP, HPG, USDA, and others as available. New Foundations has an impeccable history of such work and has renovated well over 200 homes in the past 10 years.
See attached Job Description/Qualifications sheet.Deputy-Director-Job-Description-and-Qualifications
The Housing Authority of the City of West Point (WPHA) oversees the operation of 223 units of public housing in West Point, GA. WPHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is currently in need of 2 experienced and ambitious MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS. These positions report to the Facilities Manager and the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting with all maintenance activities while remaining in compliance with all U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) rules and regulations. In addition to following all Federal, State, and local laws, the qualified applicant must abide by all established Housing Authority policies and internal controls.
The successful candidate must be able to perform any routine maintenance in the apartments, as well as clean, paint and prepare vacant units for occupancy. The candidate may also perform general grounds keeping tasks as needed to maintain the clean, neat appearance of properties operated by the WPHA.
The ideal candidate will also be responsible for performing a variety of structural, plumbing, electrical and building maintenance. The work involved includes repair and replacement of items such as windows, doors, gutters, cabinets, walls, ceilings, toilets, faucets, water lines, electrical outlets, and light fixtures. In addition, the individual will also perform all preventive maintenance tasks related to equipment, vehicles, etc. The successful candidate must be a self-starter, be willing to learn, and be able to effectively work with a diverse group of people to achieve the desired outcomes. HVAC experience and certification is a plus.
Minimum Qualifications: Ability to read and write in English plus some previous experience in building or apartment maintenance, or an equivalent combination of previous construction experience. Ability to effectively lift and load 60 pounds. All candidates must complete an application to be considered for the position. Background checks and drug/alcohol screenings will be administered before formal hiring decision is made. Candidate must also possess a valid State Class I motor vehicle operator’s license.
Please submit resume to:
West Point Housing Authority
1201 E. 12th Street
West Point, GA 31833
Or submit resumes by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
The Housing Authority of the City of West Point (WPHA) is seeking a qualified professional for the position of Resident Opportunity Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Coordinator. This position is under the supervision and administrative direction of WPHA’s CEO and/or Property Manager. Primary responsibility will be the overall planning, development, monitoring and management of WPHA’s grant funded ROSS Program which includes self-sufficiency guidance, youth &/ adult education, workforce development, and senior services. Strong interpersonal skills and the proven ability to work with outside agencies, service & grant providers, both public and private, are essential. WPHA offers a competitive salary and benefit package commensurate to experience. A copy of the ROSS Coordinator Job Description and experience/educational requirements can be provided by contacting: HR Coordinator – Kimberly Walker at 770-227-7657 ext.#104. Email resumes to email@example.com or fax to 770-227-7745.