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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

The Salina Housing Authority is seeking a potential development partner that can assist in determining the appropriate development approach and have creative ideas for the revitalization of the Public Housing program. For a copy of the RFQ and attachments, please email Tina Bartlett at tina@salinahousing.org. This RFQ has a due date of June 29, 2018.

Rehabilitation Specialist

Johnson County Human Services is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Rehabilitation Specialist:  Responsibilities include:

  • Minor Home Rehabilitation (MHR) Program:  Prepare scopes of work and cost estimates for assigned MHR projects in accordance with program guidelines and limits.  Perform Building Systems Inspection for assigned MHR projects.  Identify health, safety, accessibility and codes issues present.  Follow appropriate County and municipal funding source procurement policies.  Coordinate functions of assigned contractors from Notice to Proceed through Final Inspection.

  • HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) Program:  Prepare scopes of work and cost estimates for assigned HOME projects in accordance with program guidelines and limits.  Perform Building Systems Inspection for assigned HOME projects.  Identify health, safety, accessibility and codes issues present.  Follow appropriate County and HUD procurement policies.  Coordinate functions of selected contractors from Notice to Proceed through Final Inspection.

  • Johnson County Housing Services:  Cooperate and assist other Housing functions with Tier II Site-specific Environmental Reviews, Housing Quality Standards inspections and other relevant activities.

  • HDP3 Pricing/Specifications Database:  Maintain current pricing and specifications in HDP3 data base for use in preparing accurate cost estimates and thorough scopes of work.  Modify HDP3 database as appropriate to reflect current and realistic pricing information as well as accurate and concise specification descriptions.

  • Training and Development:  Attend relevant trainings to maintain required certifications (LBP and HQS).  Participate in County and HUD trainings to enhance professional skills. 

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Occupancy Specialist

Johnson County Human Services is currently seeking qualified candidates for an open Occupancy Specialist position.  Responsibilities include:

  • Manage a caseload of over 300 participants within the Johnson County Housing Authority’s Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.  The Occupancy Specialist must:  Instruct all participants on duties and responsibilities of the Section 8 Program; Issue Section 8 Assistance in the form of Housing Choice  Vouchers; Assist applicants and participants with locating suitable housing; Coordinate with the Inspection Staff to insure that all required inspections are conducted and documented properly and in a timely manner; Administer Housing Assistance Payment Contracts with landlords and their Section 8 assisted tenants; Monitor participants’ continued participation by updating changes to income (if required) and family composition and by assuring that participants comply with program regulations; Conduct annual review of participants as required by Federal Regulations.  This includes the determination of continued eligibility and the coordination of unit inspections with the inspection staff.      
  • Enter and maintain both hard copy and computerized case files for participants on the caseload assigned, including ensuring landlords and tenants are paid appropriately and providing copies of payment transaction forms to the Finance Department.
  • Prepare and submit accurate and detailed reports to keep Management apprised of current occupancy total which affects funding and budgetary decisions.  Reports must include current leased totals, families terminated, and families leased under portability (port outs). 
  • Determine eligibility/ineligibility of waiting list applicants through mathematical computations as specified through third-party verifications.
  • Participate in ongoing training programs regarding updates to Federal Rules and Regulations.  Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings.
 This position is grant-funded position.  Employment in grant-funded positions is contingent upon approved and continued funding.

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Property Manager(Multiple Sites) - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary:: Under the general direction of the Sr. VP of Asset Based Management, performs managerial and supervisory work of considerable difficulty involving the management and operation of multiple subsidized housing developments, which includes responsibility for utilization of assigned personnel and available resources in order to accomplish Housing Authority goals.    Routinely works independently in the operation and management of developments.  Work requires the ability to interact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned. Click here for more information

Housing Maintenance Supervisor - Olathe, KS

Description

Performs semi-skilled to skilled maintenance work in the construction, operation, maintenance, and repair of the city's 130 public housing units, NSP rental units and public facilities

Key Responsibilities
  • Assure that employees adhere to City, Housing Authority and HUD policies and ordinances in the completion of their work responsibilities in a manner that ensures compliance with HUD's high performing standards.
  • Assure that activities to improve work performance and improve productivity are developed and implemented on an ongoing basis; including program software used in operations is functional, updated and current.
  • Provide excellent customer service and communication skills when working with tenants, vendors and individuals both within the City government/Housing Authority and external to the City government.
  •  Assure Housing Authority, HUD, departmental and City policies are uniformly understood and properly interpreted and administered by subordinates.
  • Assure completion of all work tasks including those of the individual and the team.
  • Oversee Capital Improvement maintenance projects.
  • Plan, organize, schedule, assign, supervise, and participate in the work.  Operate a variety of equipment including power tools, hand tools, trucks, lawn equipment, electronic test meters, pumps, and various other tools and equipment.
  • Performs the most difficult and complex types of duties and provides the oversight of other housing maintenance workers performing unusual, complex or hazardous maintenance issues.
  • Perform preventative maintenance inspections and special inspections of rental units for HUD compliance.
  • Recommend and implement management policies and procedures for assigned maintenance operations in order to meet HUD compliance and achieve maximum efficiency and economy.
  • Conduct evaluations of team members
  • Assures after hours maintenance emergencies are addressed in a timely manner.
  • Maintain records of materials, contractor cost, work orders, and fixed charges of each job performed and forward itemized statements to appropriate housing Authority/departmental officials. More>

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