NCSHA is pleased to post open positions in member state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs), affiliate member companies, and federal government agencies.
To post a position with NCSHA, please send the job title, contact information, salary range, and a brief job description to Phaedra Stoger. The position will be posted on this site for 30 days. NCSHA reviews all information before posting and reserves the right not to post a position.
To view RFPs issued by member HFAs, go to Requests for Proposals.
Housing Program Specialist II/Planning and Implementation Specialist - Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The Planning and Implementation Specialist supports staff and the Director in the Department’s Bureau of Rental Assistance (BRA) in planning for, implementing and reporting on new initiatives, programs and policy changes within its rental assistance programs.
This is a key management position responsible for the accounting functions related to all grant funding received and granted by the Department. This position will be responsible for managing month end grant reconciliations and related entries; proper allocation of expenses; payroll allocations; State, Federal and other financial/compliance reporting as required by each grant and year-end close.
The Credit Officer is responsible for maintaining the Agency’s multifamily lending guidelines and ensuring they are consistent with industry lending standards while also reflecting the Agency’s strategic direction and goals.
Under the administrative direction of the Director of Multifamily Programs, the Deputy Director Multifamily Programs plans, organizes, coordinates and directs the activities of the Multifamily Lending teams, the Multifamily Disbursement units and the Asset Management programs.
This non-State position is responsible for the application of accounting theories, concepts, principles and standards. Work ranges from performing standardized to complex accounting activities. Incumbent handles all the second mortgages, processes payments for monthly public housing bills, manages loan files, administers and applies payments, reconciles housing program accounts monthly, corresponds with loan holders and mortgage lenders, etc.
This non-State Project Coordinator plans, develops, implements, and manages a number of projects and assists with various housing programs as assigned. Responsibility also includes researching, collecting, and analyzing statistical and other related data for management and operation of programs, policies and procedures to determine cost efficiency, corrective action, and compliance with goals and objectives.
Minnesota Housing is hiring! We’re a mission-focused financial institution looking for a Business Platform Specialist. In this role, you will have responsibility for being the primary liaison between the Single Family Division, our vendor (Mortgage Cadence) and our IT team (Business Technology Support) to ensure that Single Family mortgage loan systems meet the needs of the Single Family business.
Minnesota Housing is hiring! We’re a mission-focused agency looking for an experienced program manager to develop and implement compliance and oversight of the Impact Fund. The Impact Fund provides funding for affordable homeownership housing development, purchase, and rehabilitation projects.
The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA) Housing Programs Coordinator is responsible for preparing and filing legal documents, coordinating legal section/office activities, research HOME/NHTF rules and regulations and review and interpret federal or state statutes, rules and regulations.
Performs advanced (senior-level) consultative and technical work in the planning, development and implementation of the single family HOME Program to expand the supply of affordable housing through direct assistance and partnerships with units of local governments, non-profit, and for-profit entities in accordance with federal, state, and department rules.