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.
Completes activities related to the post-closing of mortgage loans; serves as mentor/trainer for Closing Specialists and Mortgage Loan Closers; coordinates workflow of the organization’s closed mortgage loans, maintains and controls follow-up in a timely manner, and handles necessary correspondence to carry out such maintenance; works with Closing team to troubleshoot issues and resolve them within organizational procedures and applicable laws.
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development seeks two Loan Processors. The main purpose of these positions is to perform loan compliance review (pre-closing and post-closing) to ensure that any loan being purchased (in DHCD’s portfolio, in an MBS structure etc.) meets the Federal, State and Program criteria governing loan origination and purchase.
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development seeks two Loan Underwriter II primarily in conjunction with Maryland Mortgage Program products.
The HCA Office Specialist will provide clerical and administrative support to the HUD Contract Administration staff. The duties of this position support the staff in fulfilling the Acceptable Quality Levels (AQL) of the HUD Annual Contributions Contract (ACC).
The Housing Economist will create and run a methodology for regional housing needs analysis and partner with the Department of Land Conservation and Development to assist local governments in developing housing production strategies.
The Director of Housing Stabilization will make important contributions towards improving the lives of Oregonians through innovation, strategic investments and systems alignment. The person in this position will also lead efforts in coordinating the development and implementation of service delivery, represent the agency in various public venues, build and foster collaborative working relationships with community partners, the Governor’s Office, legislators and external stakeholders.
Performs journeyman level work in several trades at least 60% of the normal workday. May be designated as point person on specific tasks.
Responsible for assisting the Supervisor in the administration of rental assistance program(s) for low-income clientele.
Washington State Housing Finance Commission Request for Proposals – Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) Inspections - Washington State Housing Finance Commission
The Washington State Housing Finance Commission is requesting proposals in response to this Request for Proposals from firms with experience conducting Uniform Physical Condition Standards (UPCS) inspections.
The Executive Director manages and directs the strategic planning and positioning of the Commission in the public and private sectors to achieve the Commission’s long-range mission and goals, by maximizing the positive impact of the Commission’s programs. The Executive Director conducts and guides external relations, builds organizational and financial alliances, and provides leadership in national and state housing policy.