The Cambridge Housing Authority seeks applicants for the above-referenced position in which the incumbent's responsibilities will include oversight of a housing portfolio consisting of mixed-finance properties, including tax credits, public housing, and Section 8 subsidized units. Responsible for tax credit compliance including income and rent recertification, tenant selection, annual reports and coordinating the requirements with the Section 8 and public housing programs. Supervises administrative and maintenance staff assigned to various developments. Areas of responsibility also include financial management, employee/labor relations, community relations, physical asset preservation, regulatory and policy implementation, and compliance.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in public administration or related field and a minimum of five years of experience in housing management. In lieu of a bachelor’s degree a combination of education and experience may be considered. Tax Credit Certification and at least three years experience involving direct supervision or program responsibility required. Excellent communication and computer skills are required.
Deadline for application: April 19, 2019
Please send cover letter and resume to: Cambridge Housing Authority 362 Green Street, 3rd Floor Cambridge, MA 02139 Attn: Human Resources Department Electronic submissions may be made to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please reference position title of DISTRICT HOUSING MANAGER in subject line. It is the policy of the Cambridge Housing Authority to give preference in employment to Section 3- eligible individuals. The Cambridge Housing Authority is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. Minorities, handicapped and others are encouraged to apply. TDD 1-800-545-1833, x 112 (Telecommunications devices for the deaf)
Additional Salary Information: A retroactive salary adjustment for 2019 is subject to ongoing
collective bargaining negotiations.
About Cambridge Housing Authority
Mission Statement: Our mission is to develop and manage safe, good quality, affordable housing for low-income individuals and families in a manner which promotes citizenship, community and self-reliance.