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.
The Division of Finance and Administration seeks a positive individual to serve as the Controller of Grant Accounting. This position will be responsible for understanding the financial requirements and accounting of each assigned grant.
The Deputy General Counsel is responsible for supervising assigned staff in the documenting and closing of: multifamily loans made pursuant to Chapter 134 of the Connecticut General Statutes and under other programs in which CHFA participates.
Supervise and participate in the activities and duties of the Application Administrators within the Operations area of the IS Department.
Responsible for assisting the Asset Manager in the management of low income public housing.
This is routine work in performing a variety of cleaning, minor maintenance, and custodial tasks in and around a public building.
This position is accountable for the cost-effective management of Rhode Island Housing’s single-family loan servicing portfolio financed by a variety of sources; including the oversight of escrow, and customer service functions, within the single-family loan servicing division to ensure quality service standards are met. Position is responsible for assuring compliance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations, as well as corporate and program guidelines.
This position is accountable for the accurate and timely file maintenance, disbursements and reconciliations associated with all escrowed and non-escrowed accounts, as well as escrow payment changes associated with the escrow analysis in order to protect the investors and insurers security.
The Neighborhood Hub is a new initiative to support local housing markets in Gateway Cities across the Commonwealth. The Hub is a multi-agency partnership that includes: MassHousing, MassDevelopment, Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP), the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations (MACDC), the Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth (MassInc), and the Commonwealth’s Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).
Reviews mortgage loan applications submitted by Originating Agents, assessing compliance/conformity with organization regulations and Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Veterans Administration (VA), United States Department of Agriculture/Rural Development (USDA/RD), Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac), Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) regulations and determining action to be taken; maintains on-going communication with lenders, realtors, consumers, etc.
HMIS Capacity Building Position (Contractor, Part-Time) - Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The HMIS Capacity Building Contractor will use specialized knowledge about Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) to engage in a number of activities to improve data quality including improving the accuracy of the Housing Inventory Chart (HIC) and aligning DHCD’s HMIS with it, updating reporting documents and processes for the HMIS Lead, and making updates to/development of training materials and training processes.