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The City of Madison is searching for a dynamic leader to direct the programs, functions and staff of the City of Madison's Community Development Authority (CDA) Housing Operations Division. The CDA is a division of the Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development Department (DPCED). CDA Housing Operations is primarily concerned with the management, administration, and maintenance of the City of Madison's federally subsidized housing programs including the Housing Choice Voucher Program and Low Rent Public Housing. The Housing Operations Programs Manager implements both the long term visionary and short-term operational priorities of the agency and is responsible for the overall agency performance
The City of Madison CDA is seeking a highly qualified candidate to lead and manage the agency which has an operating budget of $23.5 Million and a portfolio that includes 1700 housing choice vouchers, 742 public housing units, 115 HUD multifamily housing units and 230 apartments with rent and income restrictions. This position oversees the day to day operations and staff of approximately 45 employees and reports to the Director of the Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development. The Housing Operations Programs Manager provides advice, council and staff support to the CDA Board of Directors, and will act on behalf of the CDA Executive Director during absences of the CDA Executive Director and/or as specifically delegated in order to provide for continuity of services.
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Executive Director – Aitkin County HRA
The Aitkin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Executive Director.
Eligible applicants should possess a B.A. Degree in Public Administration, Finance or a closely related field, and or ten (10) years of upper level housing experience.
Candidates must possess a Public Housing Management Certificate or be able to obtain one within six months. Applicants must demonstrate a high level of integrity, a sound working knowledge of the housing industry and have strong written and verbal communication skills.
The Executive Director serves at – will and is responsible for planning, directing and implementing the programs and policies of the agency. Salary is commensurate with experience and education.
A resume, letter of application with four professional references and other documentation supporting qualifications may be sent to HRA Board of Commissioners, 215 3rd St. S.E., Aitkin, MN 56431.
Closing date for applications February 1, 2019
Anticipated start date April 1, 2019
Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer
JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
December 11, 2018
POSITION TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Detroit Housing Commission (DHC) is seeking a highly qualified candidate to lead and manage the agency’s budget of $71 million and portfolio that includes 6000 housing choice vouchers, 3700 public housing units, and 130 modernization rehabilitation units. The DHC expects to become a national leader in new affordable housing development as a self-developer.
The successful candidate must have completed a Master’s degree preferably in business administration, public administration, public finance, urban planning, public policy, urban studies or a closely related field. Additionally, candidates must have a minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience with a public housing authority, non-profit housing organization, or a private housing management firm. DHC prefers that at least five (5) of those years having been experienced with a public housing authority. Candidates should also document that at least five (5) of those years were in leadership or management positions in housing organizations that manage and administer public housing and housing choice voucher programs. However, candidates with exceptional academic or experience backgrounds that compensate for an academic or experience deficiency may still be considered at the discretion of the DHC Board of Commissioners.
Candidates must have, or commit to obtaining within one year, the NAHRO Certified Management Executive Certification; or within two years, the PHADA Executive Director Education Program. Finalists will be required to provide academic, work history, and salary history verification. The consultant will complete criminal and credit history background checks.
The DHC website contains additional information regarding the expected knowledge, skills and abilities, the position description, and community profile. Compensation for the position is negotiable, depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate. It is required that the selected Executive Director will establish residency in the Detroit metropolitan area. DHC is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume that includes salary history, and a listing of three professional references. Please submit an email version of the application document to both Stan Quy, President / Principal of the Organizational Leadership Edge at Squy@cox.net and Helen Kipplen, Interim Executive Director / Chief Financial Officer at email@example.com.
This position will remain open until filled.
Although marijuana has been legalized under Michigan law, it is a Schedule I controlled substance and is illegal under federal law. As a federally funded agency DHC’s employees are NOT permitted to use or possess any form of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes. Any applicant for employment who tests positive for marijuana during a pre-employment drug screening shall be ineligible for employment with DHC. Any applicant for employment who advises DHC that s/he uses any form of marijuana will be ineligible for employment with DHC. DHC is unable to grant a request for a reasonable accommodation to use marijuana under any circumstance.
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), OH
Director of Finance
The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) is a dynamic, award-winning, forward-thinking agency dedicated to providing housing opportunities to residents of Hamilton County. The 17th largest housing authority in the country, CMHA administers housing programs including Asset Management which consists of 5,309 units owned and managed by CMHA; Housing Choice Voucher which can administer Housing Assistance Payments for up to 11,338 households; and operating 274 units of other affordable rental housing. CMHA has approximately 210 employees and a total annual operating budget of over $150 million. CMHA is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Finance to manage a professional accounting department. The Director of Finance oversees 14 staff and has overall responsibility for the management of financial operations for the Authority and its instrumentalities. The Director is responsible for an operating and program budget in excess of $100 million per fiscal year. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Director establishes and maintains appropriate financial controls and accountabilities to ensure fiscal integrity and cost-efficient operations. The Director plans, organizes and directs functions for budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, tenant accounting, audits, regulatory reporting, inventory cost control and all other financially related areas. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree with major study in Accounting, Finance, or a related field with an emphasis in finance/accounting and ten (10) years of demonstrated experience of widespread responsibility to include financial reporting, overall financial statement responsibility and fiscal controls in a complex organization(s) with large annual operating budgets. Five (5) years of experience must be in a senior management role managing a large professional accounting staff, preferably at a public or housing type of organization. A combination of education and substantial relevant experience beyond the minimum will be given consideration with preference to applicants with an MBA or an active CPA certificate. The starting salary range is up to $120,000, with actual starting salary dependent upon qualifications. CMHA has an excellent benefits package. Position is open until filled. To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com and apply online. Questions may be directed to S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A detailed brochure is available. CMHA is an equal opportunity employer. Application materials may be subject to public disclosure.
Director of Accounting
The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) is a dynamic, award-winning, forward-thinking agency dedicated to providing housing opportunities to residents of Hamilton County. The 17th largest housing authority in the country, CMHA administers housing programs including Asset Management which consists of 5,309 units owned and managed by CMHA; Housing Choice Voucher which can administer Housing Assistance Payments for up to 11,338 households; and operating 274 units of other affordable rental housing. CMHA has approximately 210 employees and a total annual operating budget of over $150 million. CMHA is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Accounting to manage a professional accounting department. The Director of Accounting oversees 14 staff and has overall responsibility for the management of financial operations for the Authority and its instrumentalities. The Director is responsible for an operating and program budget in excess of $100 million per fiscal year. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Director establishes and maintains appropriate financial controls and accountabilities to ensure fiscal integrity and cost-efficient operations. The Director plans, organizes and directs functions for budgeting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, tenant accounting, audits, regulatory reporting, inventory cost control and all other financially related areas. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree with major study in Accounting, Finance, or a related field with an emphasis in finance/accounting and ten (10) years of demonstrated experience of widespread responsibility to include financial reporting, overall financial statement responsibility and fiscal controls in a complex organization(s) with large annual operating budgets. Five (5) years of experience must be in a senior management role managing a large professional accounting staff, preferably at a public or housing type of organization. A combination of education and substantial relevant experience beyond the minimum will be given consideration with preference to applicants with an MBA or an active CPA certificate. The starting salary range is up to $120,000, with actual starting salary dependent upon qualifications. CMHA has an excellent benefits package. Position is open until filled. To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com and apply online. Questions may be directed to S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or email@example.com. A detailed brochure is available. CMHA is an equal opportunity employer. Application materials may be subject to public disclosure.
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) of Cincinnati, Ohio invites you to become a part of its dynamic and forward thinking affordable housing agency. We are the 17th largest agency in the country with approximately 5,300 public housing units and 11,600 vouchers as well as developing affordable housing program.
CMHA is seeking an energetic professional for the position of Director of RAD Program to oversee and implement the development and preservation of affordable housing. The RAD Director will be responsible for managing the CMHA RAD application process for its Public Housing Program housing units. The qualified candidate will ensure the successful achievement of each step throughout the process from assessment through application, financing, relocation, construction and final conversion.
The ideal candidate will have: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in any of the following fields of study: architecture, real estate development, finance, planning, or construction management. Education in other fields of study would be acceptable combined with appropriate work experience; a minimum of seven (7) years of real estate related professional experience of which at least four (4) years are in a managerial capacity working for an established private, public and/or non-profit organization, real estate enterprise and/or developer, overseeing real estate development.
All resumes and salary requirements can be submitted to Greg Muenchen via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. CMHA offers a professional work environment along with a competitive salary and excellent benefits. To be considered applicants must submit resumes and salary requirements.
LINCOLN HOUSING AUTHORITY
(posting dates: 4/27/18 – 5/11/18)
Housing Manager - Section 8 Voucher Program
The Lincoln Housing Authority is seeking a dynamic and experienced Housing Manager to lead the department responsible for all aspects of our Section 8 Voucher Program, which provides housing assistance to over 3,000 households in Lincoln. This position initiates and implements agency policies and community relationships that directly impact the health and well-being of the city. The Housing Manager is responsible for technical compliance with HUD rules & regulations and agency policies for a variety of HUD Section 8 programs. As well, this position manages project-based voucher contracts, initiates and maintains landlord relationships, and ensures policy and income compliance for all tenants participating in the following housing programs: Public Housing, Section 8 New Construction, Tax Credit and Moving-to-Work. This position directly supervises the Inspections Department, Program Integrity Coordinator, and Housing Supervisor.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in business, public administration, human services or similar field preferred. Applicants should have administrative experience working with a multitude of governmental programs. It is preferred that applicants have experience working in the affordable housing industry, and knowledge of HUD programs, Section 8, Low-Income Housing, Nebraska Landlord-Tenant Laws, Tax Credit, and the HUD Moving to Work program. The ideal candidate must have the ability to interpret governmental housing directives, compile and analyze statistical data, write policies & procedures and ensure procedures are implemented. Proven leadership skills and previous experience managing staff, are essential.
The detailed Job Description should be reviewed, and can be found on the LHA website www.L-Housing.com. Click on Employment with LHA (bottom right corner).
Resumes may be submitted to: Kristi@l-housing.com or mailed to: Lincoln Housing Authority, HR Manager, 5700 R St., Lincoln, NE 68505. LHA provides a competitive salary and excellent benefits package. Background checks including criminal history will be conducted on finalists. LHA is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and encourages applications from minority candidates.
The Aurora (IL) Housing Authority is seeking a highly-qualified candidate for the position of Executive Director. The qualifications, skill sets and application requirements for the position can be reviewed on the agency website at www.auroraha.org. An email version of your application must be received by 5:00PM CST on Monday, February 12th, 2018 and should be submitted to both Mr. Stan Quy, President / Principal, The Organizational Leadership Edge, Squy@cox.net, and Ms. Judy Maisonet, Director of Finance and Development, email@example.com.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: The Low Rent Housing Agency of Burlington, Iowa, a Municipal Housing Agency (PHA) that operates exclusively within the City of Burlington, Iowa, is seeking a highly responsible individual to serve as its chief executive officer and Secretary to the Board of Commissioners. The position administers various low-income housing programs that are funded, in major part, by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Executive Director serves at-will and is accountable to the Board of Commissioners for the accomplishment of the goals and objectives of the PHA which are specified within the PHA Plan and supporting policies. The current major activities of the PHA are management of Autumn Heights Apartments and the Housing Choice Voucher Program which distributes tenant-based, rental assistance within the community. Both programs are carried out in accordance with HUD regulations which are enforced through Annual Contributions Contracts. The successful candidate must demonstrate a sound working knowledge of the regulatory structure and have five or more years of experience as a practitioner in the field, or possess an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preference will be given to applicants with two or more years in a supervisory capacity and/or prior experience as the Executive Director of another PHA. A competitive compensation package will be offered. A background check is required. Interested parties may obtain a detailed job description, additional information about the position and an application at Autumn Heights Apartments, 2830 Winegard Drive, Burlington, Iowa or same may be requested by calling telephone number 319-753-2142. Resumes, letters of recommendations and other documentation supporting qualifications will initially be accepted in lieu of an official application.
Supplemental: The current activities of the Low Rent Housing Agency of Burlington, Iowa consist of Autumn Heights, a 193 unit public housing development designated elderly/handicapped and a Voucher program authorized at 325 units. Current staffing for public housing includes four full time and one part-time Maintenance staff, one full time Tenant Services Coordinator, one full time Occupancy Specialist and 1 part time Resident Assistant. The Voucher program is staffed by one full time Section 8 Coordinator. The Executive Director currently provides direct assistance to both programs. The Agency is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Chicago Housing Authority’s Gene Jones Knows It’s All in the Relationships
Although no one knows for sure what changes the new presidential administration will bring to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA)’s current CEO has opted not to wait around for direction as the new inhabitants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue find their feet. HUD currently supports nearly 5 million households with rental assistance via the HUD 2017 annual budget of $49 billion that also goes toward supporting programs intended to mitigate homelessness and urban poverty. CHA and agencies like it around the country are working hard to spotlight these important, broader issues while simultaneously communicating with and expanding their relationships to include more private owners who can supply affordable housing to lower-income Americans. Although in some cases this communication and relationship-building can be difficult as bureaucratic changes can create chronic shifts in leadership, Chicago’s CHA chief executive officer stands out as someone both capable of and dedicated to delivering his agency’s message.
In Chicago, the third-largest city in the U.S. with over 43,000 rentals and a population of 2.7 million people, the housing authority has seen three different chief executives in the past seven years. Eugene “Gene” Jones Jr. only recently celebrated his second anniversary as chief executive of the CHA, but despite a tumultuous national political scene, he is dedicated to leading the second-largest housing agency in the country in a wave of positive, pervasive change. Jones is fast becoming known for his tendency to release a “torrent” of new initiatives intended to expand relationships that CHA already has with the populations it supports while bringing additional private support of those initiatives into the fold. Whether he is dressed in a suit speaking to the Chicago Realtors Association or calling a bingo game in jeans and a polo, Jones doesn’t miss the opportunity to establish his platform for progress in affordable housing. “I can’t operate from behind a desk”, Gene said recently. “I keep moving, keep everyone accountable and having fun. At the end of the day, I know when I put my head on the pillow that I’ve touched a life of someone in the affordable housing program today”.
Jones believes that relationships he wants with investors and the larger community start by establishing roots in “the neighborhood.” Through educating his local landlords on working successfully with CHA, he believes he can position youth and families to better support themselves in a safe housing environment. For example, if you were new to the landlording scene in Chicago in mid-2013, you could have found yourself mired in confusing-albeit-well-intentioned legislative changes that might have required you to suddenly make some or all of your rentals available to participants in the CHA’s housing choice voucher program (Section 8). Finding ways to make high-quality housing accessible to low-income residents is a complex job, requiring a specific knowledge base and just the right tools. If you had been a Chicago landlord in 2013, you probably wouldn’t have known where to begin to find a new tenant for your property or even the first steps to learning more about affordable housing and CHA. If you had opted to leave landlording due to these difficulties, then the affordable housing shortage in the area would simply have become more acute. Jones has implemented a number of new programs to change that.
CHA’s mission states they leverage the power of affordable, decent, safe, and stable housing to help communities thrive and low-income families increase their potential for long-term economic success and a sustained high quality of life. They are supposed to help you, the housing provider, with implementing CHA’s program of public housing and continuing the agency’s mixed-income-focused strategic initiative intended to help build strong, vibrant communities throughout Chicago. However, many landlords remain unaware of the resources that the CHA offers them and, as a result, either avoid participating in housing choice programs completely, thereby “leaving out” a large population of rental tenants, or opt out of investing in areas where these requirements exist altogether. Jones is working to change this simple but far-reaching miscommunication by nurturing existing community relationships and building new ones in communities not commonly reached by the CHA, like the investor community.
Jones initiated 2016 with the slogan “Year of the Youth”, and the year saw an expansion in programming that included additional private partnerships ranging from the summer youth job opportunities and cooperative efforts with the city to offer new library centers with computer classes, job training, childhood learning spaces and homework assistance for students in a new public library space. “By co-locating libraries with affordable housing, we not only provide housing and learning centers where they are needed, but we make communities more resilient and sustainable,” said Jones. “We know that housing is vital to our neighborhoods, but strong, healthy communities also require community anchors like libraries that provide resources for lifelong learning.”
The summer youth program served 3,000 youth participants and offered over 200,000 hours of work over 340 unique work sites across the city. 2016’s inaugural Youth Council program offered the opportunity for the “leaders in the youth voice” to bring recommendations to help reach out to the youth of the families on the Section 8 vouchers. “CHA wants a seat at the table when engaging new businesses to the area and finding job opportunities for the housing participants,” said Jones.
Having wrapped up “The Year of the Youth” in December 2016, Jones launched the “Year of the Senior” in January of this year. Community events that encourage seniors to get out and get connected with each other and the wider community. Food drives and community events offer health fairs and testing opportunities many seniors neglect. “We have so many seniors that need to know how relevant they are to the youth of the community,” he observed, adding that neighborhoods are stronger when seniors are healthy and sharing their experience in mentorship roles to the youth of the community. These types of initiatives help landlords who own properties in CHA-targeted communities as well.
Jones’ simple, sincere message that the CHA is a force for good in the Chicago area resonates with both program participants and housing providers. He is constantly emphasizing the importance of communicating the message verbally as well as by action. “It’s too easy for the media to write the bad stuff,” he said at a recent CHA Owner Symposium designed to educating property owners already participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program through the CHA or interested in learning more about how to do so. He encouraged each audience member to not only participate themselves but “spread the good news” [that Section 8 and similar programs are strong components of a real estate portfolio and that support is available] to less-informed landlords. In Chicago, we have an aging population that will bring many new challenges over the next 10 to 20 years but with government/private partnerships on programs that provide positive changes to our communities we will all prosper in our efforts.
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