SALARY RANGE: $6,856 – $8,334 per month
The Housing Authority of the City of Alameda is looking for an exceptional, team-oriented person to manage projects and initiatives in support of the Authority’s affordable housing, neighborhood and residential revitalization programs. This may include residential rehabilitation, new construction development, acquisition and rehabilitation of properties, and administration of financing/funding for projects. This person would provide highly responsible and complex professional assistance to the Housing and Community Development Program Managers and the Director of Housing and Community Development in areas of expertise; and performs related work as required.
Graduation from an accredited four-year college and at least three (3) years of relevant experience in affordable housing, community development or project management.
The Examination Process
Final Filing Date: February 20, 2015. To apply, candidates must submit a fully completed and signed Housing Authority application, responses to the supplemental questionnaire, and a resume to:
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY EMAIL
For additional information visit the Housing Authority’s website at www.alamedahsg.org.
If you need a reasonable accommodation under the American with Disabilities Act, please contact the Housing Authority office at email@example.com.
Selection Procedures: After the final filing date application packets will be reviewed. Candidates with qualifications best meeting the needs of the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda will be invited to participate in an interview process. The Housing Authority will make the final decision regarding a candidate’s eligibility. All applicants will be notified by mail regarding further participation in the selection process. Travel costs are at the applicant’s expense. Applicants considered for appointment will be required to undergo a post-job offer, pre-employment background investigation.
The Housing Authority of the City of Alameda is an Equal Opportunity / ADA Employer.
Female, Minority, and Disabled Candidates are Encouraged to Apply.
Section 3 is a statutory provision which requires that HUD administer its programs in a manner that promotes opportunities for training, employment and contracting for lower income persons that live in the area where HUD funds are utilized. This position may be partially paid through HUD funding grants and is therefore subject to the provisions of Section 3. The Housing Authority actively encourages employment applications from persons that may qualify as low income or who are otherwise economically disadvantaged.