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.
This non-State position, located in Dover, Delaware, is responsible for a variety of activities in support of our Administration section. Work involves creating word processing documents typically using a standardized software package such as Word; creating and maintaining databases typically using a standardized software package such as Access; creating and maintaining spreadsheets typically using a standardized software package such as Excel; creating original presentations typically using a standardized software package such as Power Point.
Contractor/Project-Based Housing Specialist - Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The Project-Based Housing Specialist assists the Assistant Director of Federal Programs and the Project-Based Coordinator in all activities related to Project-Based Vouchers (PBV) including: Moving to Work (MTW) PBVs, Enhanced Vouchers (EVs), Moderate Rehabilitation (Mod Rehab), Section 811, and Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD).
Emergency Assistance (EA) Intensive Care Manager/Program Manager V - Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The Emergency Assistance (EA) Intensive Care Manager (EAICM) is a new position reporting to the Assistant Undersecretary of Housing Stabilization. The incumbent will support the development and lead of a Complex Case Task Force (CCTF) for homeless families.
Housing Stabilization Training Manager/Program Manager IV - Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The Housing Stabilization Training Manager identifies and addresses the operational and organizational training needs of the various Division of Housing Stabilization (DHS) units and other stakeholders, including service providers and other state agencies by developing and implementing training programs that improve staff and stakeholder skills in order to attain DHS goals.
Coordinates and administers functions relating to the process of foreclosures, post foreclosure claim activity, property preservation, and borrower account administration. This work requires direct contact with the public, the exercise of good judgment and the application of Tennessee Housing Development Agency (“THDA”) policies and procedures as they relate to the application of payments, collection of amounts past due, loss mitigation, borrower counseling and other general customer service inquiries.
Directs the daily operations of investor reporting and escrow account administration, which includes maintaining compliance with investor/insurer requirements, monthly reconciliations, timely payments to tax authorities, insurance companies and other vendors, monitoring daily activity and providing internal training to staff as investor/insurer guidelines change.
Coordinates the process for the procurement of services agency-wide through the development, acquisition and management of service contracts, ensuring the process functions smoothly and accurately in accordance with federal laws, state laws and agency policies.
This non-State position, located in Dover Delaware, is responsible for the administration of the Section 8 Certificate and Voucher Occupancy Office, including the training and supervision of office staff. A significant element of the work involves developing and implementing procedures for negotiating nearly several hundred residential dwelling leases and contracts with private landlords.
This non-State position is responsible for building maintenance and repair work at a semi-skilled level performing general carpentry, painting, heating, basic plumbing, and other light construction work to handle routine building repairs. Tasks include preparing units for new tenants, responding to and fulfilling work orders for occupied residences, and getting them ready for the next inhabitant.
LISC Policy is seeking a creative and energetic person to support our efforts to enhance our national and local advocacy strategies.