Northwest Housing Authority (“NWGHA”) is seeking an experienced “Executive Director” to oversee and direct a public-housing agency located in Rome, Georgia, having a public-housing program with 650 public-housing units, 546 RAD or LIHTC units, along with a Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8 – HCV) consisting of over 1,500 additional units.  The Executive Director supervises between 65 and 75 employees.  (See attached Job Description).  The position reports to a Board of Commissioners and requires relocation to Rome (Floyd County), Georgia.  All interested persons and resumes should be mailed, or emailed, to the following address by no later than Friday, March 8, 2024.

Northwest Georgia Housing Authority
Attn:  Stewart Duggan
P.O. Box 5007
Rome, GA 30162-5007


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: Deputy CEO – Kimberly Walker at 770-227-7657 ext.#104. Email resumes to or fax to 770-227-7745.

Decatur Housing Authority (DHA), Georgia is seeking an experienced full time Housing Assistance Program (HAP) Director.   This is responsible work in all phases of the operation and management of the Housing Choice Voucher program at Decatur Housing Authority. This position is responsible working with staff, landlords, families, and public to ensure compliance with the program.  The position also is responsible for writing and updating the Administrative Plan, process and submit SEMAP certification, keep up to date with all HUD regulations including the implementation of the HOTMA standards.  This position will be responsible for writing correspondence to HUD, Executive team, and Board members.  To view the job description and apply for this position please go to our website and click on Housing Assistance Program (HAP) Director to apply for the position.  Decatur Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has an excellent benefits package for its valued employees!

The Housing Authority of the City of West Point (WPHA) is seeking an experienced housing professional to serve as its Property Manager. The WPHA is a small Housing Authority with a total of 221 low-income public housing units. The HA does not operate a Housing Choice Voucher Program.

Candidates must possess a range of skills and abilities in order to qualify for the position. Minimum of two (2) years of experience in Public Housing or Property Management, HUD programs required, Rent Calculation Certification, Public Housing Manager or Occupancy Specialist Certification and EIV
Certification preferred; Experience in SACS Software preferred.

Cover letter, resume and three references will be accepted through November 10, 2023 at the information listed below. No phone calls please. Candidates are encouraged to review the qualification requirements and submit specific evidence of experience in the above areas. Please submit to:

Kimberly Walker, Deputy CEO
Griffin Housing Authority
327 S. 9th Street
Griffin, GA 30224
Telephone: 770-227-7657
Fax: 770-227-7745

Position Summary
The Property Manager is the primary representative of management to the residents and the public. This employee has direct responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the assigned project. The Property Manager is the management vehicle for implementing all of the policies and procedures established by
West Point Housing Authority (WPHA). The Property Manager will report directly to the CEO.

Salary- Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Title: Chief Real Estate Officer (CREO)
Position Location:  Athens, Georgia
Salary Range: No minimum salary specified – no maximum salary specified

Work Schedule: Full-Time
Status:  Regular Position
Wage/Hour: Exempt

Deadline for Submitting Application: Open Until Filled

Qualified candidates should email a cover letter, salary requirements, and detailed resume to:  Carol Kirchman  [No phone calls please.]

Position Summary

The CREO has the overall responsibility for managing the operations and administration of the Real Estate Department. Critical functions of this position include real estate acquisition, rehabilitation, redevelopment, development, multi-family and single-family home design, construction observation, finance, and federal, state, and municipal program administration and regulatory compliance. Provides leadership and facilitates increased operational effectiveness and efficiency due to an ongoing and changing regulatory environment to develop affordable housing and be responsive to community affordable housing needs. As part of a team, negotiates development, regulatory, and operating agreements on behalf of the Athens Housing Authority (“AHA” or “Agency”). Coordinates assigned activities with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), Georgia Department of Community Affairs (“DCA”), and Athens-Clarke County Unified Government (“ACCUG”) departments, among other outside agencies.  Performance of these duties also requires the application of executive skills and excellent judgement and decision-making skills.  Duties are performed under the general supervision of the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), and results are evaluated by the CEO, HUD audits, on-site inspections by HUD facility personnel, and independent audits of the department’s programs.

Major 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.  The CREO may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods, or otherwise to balance the workload.  The CREO is an at-will employee, and the listed duties and functions in no way alter or affect the at-will relationship between the parties.

Department Oversight

  1. Oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of policies, procedures, and guidelines for the programs and operations related to real estate development, capital improvements, Multifamily Bond Financing Program, and neighborhood revitalization programs.
  2. In coordination with the Finance Department, oversees and monitors the operating budget relative to the department and programs, to ensure department is operating within budget constraints. Manages budgets and cost allocations for acquisition/construction recommendations.
  3. Reviews and evaluates staff work/projects.  Reviews and approves all staff documentation, applications, and reports before submitting to the CEO for final review and execution.
  4. Prepares written reports, oversees HUD reporting, revitalization plan amendments, and the close out process for grants.
  5. Conducts presentations to CEO and Board of Commissioners.
  6. Performs site visits to observe work in progress or for inspection purposes.
  7. Serves as development resource to ACCUG staff, DCA, HUD, and other partners/stakeholders.
  8. Performs speaking engagements, presenting information regarding AHA and real estate programs.
  9. Participates in training and developmental activities as directed by the CEO.
  10. Provides coordination and leadership within the organization and between development team members such as Architect and Engineering (A/E), environmental consultants, appraisers, market analysts, legal, debt/equity partners.
  11. Works closely with A/E firms, as primary AHA contact, to ensure that final contract documents are complete and accurate.
  12. Communicates orally and in writing with funding agencies and other governmental entities regarding issues related to the AHA’s development, capital needs, and homeownership programs.
  13. Proposes budget and staffing levels for the department.
  14. Performs other duties as directed by the Chief Executive Officer. 
  15. Develops and implements programs as directed by the Chief Executive Officer.

Real Estate Development

  1. Directs, plans, and monitors programs related to the development, redevelopment, and acquisition of land or acquisition of land and improvements, and rehabilitation; directs the strategy of repositioning existing properties through portfolio planning efforts.
  2. Holds primary responsibility for creating redevelopment strategies and overseeing implementation; executes strategies for making the AHA a self-sustaining real estate organization; meets and maintains production goals.
  3. Meets or confers with prospective development partners and property owners to evaluate opportunities for joint ventures related to the development of affordable housing.
  4. Engages in activities that identify and pursue appropriate funding to support affordable housing goals; monitors market conditions and reviews opportunities for refinancing of properties.
  5. On Public-Private Partnership (“P3”) and Joint Venture (“JV”) opportunities, recommends the best alternatives on transactions involving new developments, acquisitions, and dispositions.   Assists CEO in the negotiation of JV agreements, key business criteria, development agreements, Limited Partnership Agreements, and other transaction documents.

On AHA self-develop opportunities, produces development and operating budgets and proformas, oversees all team member contracts (i.e., A/E, contractors, and specialty consultants such as appraisers, environmental and market analy

Vacancy Announcement

August 22, 2023

The Albany Housing Authority is accepting applications for the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Any interested applicants, please send resume to Sharon Evans, Executive Administrator at and/or complete an application at The position is open until filled. This position is covered under Section 3 of the HUD act of 1968; HUD recipients and Section 3 residents are encouraged to apply.

Chief Financial OfficerThis CFO will administer and advise, manage/coordinate and oversee the Housing Authority’s fiscal/financial management programs and activities.

Must possess a Professional Bachelor’s degree (Masters and/or CPA Preferred) from an accredited college or university with course work in public administration, financial management, finance, accounting business or a related field.

Have at least seven (7) years of financial and management experience in public agency housing program or a closely related field; or private enterprise, non-profit or government administration including five (5) years in a supervisory capacity.

Competitive salary with full benefits. Work schedule is 4-day, 40 hours work week. Criminal background check, Drug testing and Valid Georgia Driver’s license required.

The Albany Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D



Position Title: Director of Finance
Reports To:  Executive Director
Work Schedule: Full Time
Status:  Regular Position
Wage/Hour: Exempt

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Finance is the chief financial officer and is responsible for administering the fiscal operation of the Authority, including accounting, financial reporting, budgeting and budgetary controls. Must understand the Authority’s mission and assist the Executive Director in the development of the mission and the means of attaining the goals of the Authority. The position is responsible for the direction, supervision and fiscal affairs of the procurement and the nonprofit functions of the authority.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Must be a leader of significant systems, people, and resources necessary to accomplish the mission and goals of the Authority.
  • Provides the implementation, maintenance and control of all fiscal affairs of the Authority including the oversight of the procurement, information technology, human resources and the nonprofit organization functions and operations.
  • Prepare projections of proposed projects and programs to determine their feasibility including funding sources.
  • Monitor the progress of programs and funding sources and provide reports of such progress to the Executive Director and Board of Commissioners.
  • Implement internal control policies and procedures that will insure accurate and timely recording of all routine accounting transactions.
  • Ensure specific control procedures are performed on a monthly basis for all balance sheet accounts and for the following income statements accounts: Operating subsidy revenue, Grant revenue, Year to date and inception to date, all types of management fees revenue and expense, Payroll expense (All payroll expenses posted to the general ledger should be identifiable and reconcilable to payroll tax forms including the Federal form 941 and the Georgia Unemployment Tax returns.)
  • Conducts periodic internal audits of all Authority departments relative to financial operations, controls and reporting procedures and submits summaries to the Executive Director, as directed.
  • Prepares monthly financial summaries and budget updates for review by the Executive Director and Board of Commissioners.
  • Arrange financing of those budgets from whatever sources are available. This would include seeking out funding sources and devising innovative funding resources.
  • Coordinates all activities of the Finance Department of this Authority.
  • Reports all Finance Department activities to the Executive Director.
  • Prepares cash flow and availability information in a timely manner.
  • Ensures that all financial operations are in order, on time and that all aspects are clearly and well documented.
  • Performs and/or supervises monthly reconciliation, the closing of books at the fiscal year end, prepares statements for financial reports and prepares detailed account analyses as directed.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Thorough knowledge of the laws and administrative policies governing PHA financial and budgeting practices and procedures.
  • Thorough knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting principles, methods and practices, including GAAP and HUD accounting requirements.
  • Considerable knowledge of computers, computerized systems and the use of computers for financial and other operations.
  • Considerable knowledge of the general principles of finance, including budgeting and reporting.
  • Ability to prepare informative financial reports and to maintain exacting accounting records and to prepare accounting reports and statements of some complexity.
  • Ability    to    establish       and     maintain effective   work ng     relationships with     other employees, supervisors and the public.
  • Ability to effectively supervise subordinate staff.

Education and Experience

  • Graduate of an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in accounting, finance, public administration or a related field.
  • A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in financial management and planning, analysis and budgeting, preferably with public housing experience, of which two (2) years included managing and supervising subordinate staff, or any equivalent combination of relevant education and experience to meet the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Special Requirements

  • Ability to be covered under the Authority’s fidelity bond.
  • Possession of a valid Georgia driver’s license.

Salary $85,000 – $125,000 negotiable depending on experience. Must have HUD accounting experience.

To apply visit please email resume to Dawn Marsala:

The Housing Authority of the City of Griffin, GA is a progressive housing agency looking to hire a Finance/Accounting Specialist. This position will be responsible for multiple locations. Job responsibilities include but are not limited too:

• Financial management for multiple entities
• Accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, bank reconciliations, GL account maintenance, month end/year end closing
• Prepare yearly budgets for approval by CEO for all entities
• Prepare monthly financial reports for all entities
• All HUD/governmental financial reporting
• Oversee procurement process for all entities
• Grant funding/reporting

This position is full-time, minimum education required BA/BS Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field; with 2 – 4 years progressively responsible experience in accounting, financial management, budgeting, auditing. Experience working with HUD/DCA would be beneficial. Background with housing agency and/or property management is highly desirable.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year

Benefits include medical insurance, retirement program, holidays, vacation and sick leave. Candidates must pass a criminal background check.

Qualified candidates should email their resumes to Kimberly Walker, No phone calls please.

Deadline for Submitting Applications: Open Until Filled

If you are interested in this exceptional opportunity, please submit a detailed resume immediately to:

Brunswick Housing Authority seeks CEO/Executive Director

Position Summary

The Executive Director has total responsibility for administering, managing, maintaining, planning, and directing the Agency’s programs. The Executive Director is responsible for the safekeeping of all property and records and is the Agency’s primary liaison with the Board of Commissioners (BOC), HUD, and state and local entitiesResponsible for the Agency receiving at least a satisfactory rating concerning HUD agency scoring systems such as Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS), Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) and other future HUD required evaluation systems. The duties listed below illustrate the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements regarding duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment in association with this position.


Performs the following and other related duties as assigned by the BOC:.

The Executive Director plans, develops, organizes, coordinates, delegates, supervises, and directs the implementation of the Agency’s Housing programs.

Oversees and provides for safekeeping of the Agency’s buildings, grounds, facilities, equipment, supplies, monies, files, records, documents, and reporting.

Supervises Agency Staff, providing ongoing assistance to current staff to support a positive and productive working environment. Makes recommendations for and oversees the selection, training, direction, supervision, utilization, discipline, and termination of Agency employees. Makes recommendations to the BOC for schedule of salary ranges, employee benefits, and periodic revisions. Reviews periodic reports on the accomplishment of assigned goals and objectives.

Oversees and ensures accurate preparation of all budgets and revisions. Revises and authorizes Agency expenditures and monitors funds for effective and efficient use.

Serves as Secretary/Treasurer to the Board of Commissioners, submitting budgets and informing Board of the status of activities and projects within the Agency; develops and proposes new policies or changes in existing policies; notifies the BOC of changes or proposed changes in federal, state or local legislation affecting the Agency; provides the BOC with information on evaluations of efficiency and effectiveness of Agency operations and provides recommendations for improvements.

Works with the BOC to develop the Agency’s strategic and operational plans. Effectively develops organizational structures and plans and implements internal policies, programs, goals, and priorities.

Serves as liaison between the BOC and Agency staff. Acts as spokesperson for the BOC when so authorized by the BOC chairperson. Responds promptly to other BOC inquiries regarding Agency plans and operations.

Participates in negotiating contracts with outside agencies and companies for major maintenance services and management services. Executes contracts.

Makes policy, administrative, and management decisions concerning the daily operations of the Agency.

Identifies federal and non-federal funding sources to augment declining subsidy, helping to ensure the viability of housing and associated programs offered by the Agency.

Discusses Agency goals, priorities, problems, and concerns with officials, representatives, and members of the local government, news media, social and public service agencies, state government, and federal government.

Meets with residents concerning complaints and/or grievances after unresolved investigation and negotiations by designated staff and advises them of their rights to hearings according to the Agency’s procedures.

Monitors, surveys, and inspects various aspects of the Agency’s operations on a frequent and continuing basis, to obtain a general idea of conditions, appearance, problems, accomplishments, and results.

Monitors the Agency’s compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to the Agency. Prepares and submits reports and statistics required by such entities.

15. Addresses business and civic groups on matters pertaining to the Agency. Successfully maintains positive Agency image and working relationships with the community and local, state, and federal government officials.

Reviews and approves reports and other documents that are required by federal, state, and local jurisdictions.

Attends professional meetings, seminars, and conferences to keep abreast of new trends, activities, and concepts in Housing Programs. Supports, assists, and works with other Agencies and affiliated organizations in joint efforts, which are mutually beneficial, by participating in community activities and functions relevant to Agency objectives and by maintaining membership in appropriate community organizations.

Volunteer’s new ideas, suggestions, and recommendations to HUD as desired. At the request of HUD, or affiliated groups, may assist in planning or development of seminars, conferences, and workshops. Reviews proposed laws or regulations and recommends changes or improvements.

Receives and reviews bids and executes contracts.

Documents in writing appropriate events and activities.

21. Accountable for consistent adherence to strong Agency standards regarding the ethical, responsible, and appropriate use, care, and safeguarding of Agency materials, supplies, resources, and other assets.

22. Serves as Security Administrator and User Administrator for the HUD REAC system.

Education and Experience

A Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or Management or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and seven (7) years of responsible managerial experience in public housing or regulatory agency or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience resulting in the ability to fulfill the essential job duties of the position.

Knowledge and Skills

Thorough knowledge of the relationship of PHA’s to other federal, state, and local jurisdictions and their abilities to provide funds or other support to the Agency.

Thorough knowledge of Agency operating policies and procedures, pertinent HUD regulations, and federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to housing authorities.

Thorough knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and techniques of personnel management, training, and performance evaluation.

Thorough knowledge of procurement regulations and OSHA requirements.

Working knowledge of the laws and regulations governing bonded indebtedness, handling of bids, and the preparation and execution of contracts and agreements.

General knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and techniques of maintenance and other functional areas within the Agency.

Thorough knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and techniques of budgeting and accounting, and of the function and operation of the construction industry.

Thorough knowledge of financing and development of new properties.

Skill in addressing the public and other bodies and presenting information in a clear, organized, and convincing manner.

Ability to accurately and completely document in writing appropriate events and activities.

Ability to plan, direct, and supervise the work of others, to delegate responsibility and authority, and to hold subordinates accountable for tasks assigned.

Ability to read and comprehend complex material.

Ability to analyze complex problems, interprets operational needs, and develops integrated, creative solutions.

14. Ability to manage complexities and competing proprieties. Ability to coordinate information and activities among groups with differing agendas, across multi-functional areas.

Ability to meet aggressive deadlines and juggle multiple priorities.

Ability to identify operational problems and develop effective solutions.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, co-workers, and persons outside the Agency.

Ability to prepare clear and concise narrative and statistical reports and deal effectively with situations requiring tact and diplomacy, yet firmness.

Ability to operate appropriate Agency computer equipment and software packages.

Supervision Controls

The Executive Director may receive instructions from the Board of Commissioners (BOC) or other governing or regulatory agency. The Executive Director routinely works without the direction of a supervisor and is free to develop methods, deadlines, priorities, and/or objectives. When instructions are received, they are usually specific and detailed because they apply to unusual and rarely occurring situations. Other instructions are usually in the form of BOC directives or policy statements. Normally the Executive Director makes independent decisions pertaining to situations not covered by specific guidelines, but the BOC or other employees are consulted in serious or unusual circumstances. The Executive Director’s work is reviewed for progress and achievement of goals.

Under normal conditions, the Executive Director makes general assignments to department Directors, specifying priorities, deadlines, and objectives. The Executive Director infrequently makes specific assignments to executive office staff. Assignments to executive office staff will include what is to be done, deadlines, quality, quantity, and priority. The Executive Director supervises professional, managerial, and clerical employees and monitors the work of multiple work units that perform related and/or unrelated work.


Guidelines followed by the Executive Director include published laws, regulations, handbooks, notices, contracts, agreements, codes, ordinances, policy directives from the Board of Commissioners, and technical assistance from HUD. Upon personal initiative, the Executive Director obtains informal guidance and assistance from other Agencies, professional organizations, and housing-related groups.

The Executive Director performs duties by applying the basic principles of housing authority management and uses independent judgment in many decision-making situations. Routine decisions pertaining to the operation of the Agency, handling of funds, and personnel matters, are provided with specific guidelines in the form of internal operating policies and procedures, and federal, state, and local laws and regulations. The Executive Director is periodically monitored for compliance with existing guidelines by the BOC and HUD.


The Executive Director performs a wide variety of tasks, which are not always clearly related. The Executive Director makes decisions regarding unusual circumstances, conflicting data, and non-routine situations pertaining to the overall management and operation of the Agency.

Some tasks are difficult, such as dealing with life-threatening emergencies (inoperative gas or electric systems and crimes committed against residents).

Responding to residents, staff members, the BOC, City officials, news media, Congress, and the public on a continuing basis necessitates great patience, tact, and diplomacy.

Ever-changing laws and regulations require frequent updating and promulgation of Agency plans, policies, and procedures, particularly those affecting applicants and residents, such as the admission of aliens, federal selection preferences, and rent computations.

Scope and Effect

The Executive Director’s leadership affects the Agency’s image in the community, staff throughout the Agency, and the Agency’s residents. Effective leadership in managing, operating, and maintaining housing programs has a positive impact on the Agency’s overall mission: to provide its residents housing that is decent, safe and sanitary and programs and services that meet their needs. Successful accomplishment of that mission can result in betterment of housing in surrounding communities and provides a positive image in the community.

Personal Contacts

The Executive Director has contact with a broad range of individuals including: the news media; BOC; federal, state, and local government personnel; social service personnel; housing residents; the general public; various special interest groups; and all levels of Agency personnel. Most contacts with people outside the Agency are relatively unstructured and require tact and diplomacy on a routine basis. Regularly, contact requires negotiation and/or handling of controversial matters.

Contact with the public serves multiple purposes including: giving or gaining information, planning, coordinating, and advising motivating, influencing, directing persons or groups, and justifying, defending, negotiating, and resolving significant matters. Contact may occur in cooperative, antagonistic, or unresponsive situations.

Physical Requirements

Work is principally sedentary, but may involve some physical exertion during on-site visits with residents or staff members, inspections of Agency developments, sites, dwellings, or facilities, and travel to meetings, conferences, or workshops in other cities.

Must be able to sit and/or stand for up to eight (8) hours at a time while preforming work duties.

Must be able to bend, stoop, push, and pull in the performance of work-related duties (e.g. moving or carrying objects or materials).

Must be able to use fingers bilaterally and unilaterally to operate office-related equipment.

Must have vision and hearing corrected to be able to perform essential job functions.

Must be able to perform essential job functions in an environment that will sometimes include increased levels of work-related stress.

Must be able to maintain punctuality and attendance as scheduled.

An employee may request a reasonable accommodation to mitigate any of the physical requirements listed above.

Work Environment

Work involves the normal risks or discomfort associated with an office environment and is usually in an area that is adequately cooled, heated, lighted, and ventilated. From time to time, it may involve visits to housing developments, sites, dwellings, or facilities.

Other Requirements

Must possess a State of Georgia driver’s license and maintain a good driving record.

May be required to work an unusual work schedule.

Must work with the highest degree of confidentiality.

Must be available for occasional overnight travel for training.

Must pass employment drug screening & criminal background check.

Ability to be covered under the Agency’s vehicle insurance policy and fidelity bond.

The Brunswick Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed. The duties herein are representative of the essential functions of this job. This job description reflects management’s assignment of functions; however it does not prescribe or restrict tasks that may be assigned. Nothing in this document restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time. The qualifications listed above are guidelines, other combinations of education and experience that could provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job may be considered at the discretion of the Board of Commissioners.

Employment with The Brunswick Housing Authority is on an “at-will” basis. Nothing in this document is intended to create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, and does not constitute a promise of continued employment.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Based upon relative experience.


  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance


  • 8 hour shift

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Brunswick, GA 31520: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)


  • Bachelor’s (Required)


  • Public Housing Executive: 5 years (Required)

Willingness to travel:

  • 25% (Required)

Work Location: In person