Job Opportunities

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Director of Nutrition & Culinary Arts

Director of Nutrition & Culinary Arts for the Lantern

Posted: Dec 17, 2014

Location: New York, NY

We are seeking an experienced, self-motivated, and dynamic Director of Nutrition and Culinary Arts to design and implement nutrition and culinary programming for individuals who live in our supportive housing sites.   Our clients span in age from young children to older adults, and are people with histories of chronic homelessness, medical fragility, mental illness, substance abuse, foster care, and/or HIV/AIDS.  

We are seeking an experienced, self-motivated, and dynamic Director of Nutrition and Culinary Arts to design and implement nutrition and culinary programming for individuals who live in our supportive housing sites. Our clients span in age from young children to older adults, and are people with histories of chronic homelessness, medical fragility, mental illness, substance abuse, foster care, and/or HIV/AIDS. This newly created position will develop and maintain a comprehensive nutrition and culinary arts program customized for the distinct needs of Lantern’s clients. The Director will be required to research and recommend nutritional and culinary arts programming models, determine which programs would best fit our needs and goals, and implement the programs at Lantern’s sites. To the extent possible, programming must include evidence-based models that have demonstrated a positive effect on participants. Nutrition and culinary arts programming must also integrate with other programming at our residential sites, including in the areas of health and wellness; regular food service; education and employment; and arts and culture. Successful execution of this program necessitates the ability to cultivate relationships with stakeholders, including other community-based programs, to build a wide-ranging, holistic program that meets the needs of our diverse clients. The Director of Nutrition and Culinary Arts will report to the Chief Program Officer, and work collaboratively with staff at our residential sites in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx. This position is exempt.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement nutrition and culinary arts programming for the diverse array of Lantern clients at all residential sites. Programming shall include implementing evidence-based models that have demonstrated a positive effect on participants with fidelity. Much programming – though not necessarily all – will be done in a group format.
  • Build and maintain partnerships and linkages with other stakeholders, including community-based organizations, to broaden arts and cultural offerings to Lantern clients.
  • Plan and implement on- and off-site nutrition and culinary arts events for clients.
  • Collaborate with Lantern staff to ensure that nutrition and culinary arts programming is integrated into other on-site programming, and is working to achieve common outcomes.
  • Train staff and serve as a program expert in the provision of best practices and progressive services and programming related to nutrition and culinary arts.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings, individual supervision and other meetings as required.
  • Complete reports as directed by supervisor.
  • Perform other job-related functions, as assigned.

Qualifications Include:

  • Master’s Degree in a related field required.
  • Experience designing and implementing nutrition and culinary arts programming required.
  • Relevant experience serving populations impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, HIV/AIDS and homelessness preferred.
  • Experience with evidence-based and/or promising practices preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to work as a collaborative team member with a diverse population.
  • Proactive problem solver willing and able to seek creative solutions in the interest of clients and building a strong and respectful community.
  • Experience providing training to staff, facilitating groups and effectively engaging clients with multiple barriers to stability and independence preferred.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience providing direct service to one or more of the following populations preferred: persons living with AIDS/HIV, formerly homeless and chronically homeless persons and families, young adults aged out of foster care, persons with mental illness, or persons in recovery from addiction.

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to: directorofnutrition@lanterngroup.org. Note: Candidates being considered for the position must sign a release form for Lantern Community Services to perform a criminal background check. Lantern Community Services provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment.

Type: Full Time

Contact: directorofnurtrition@lanterngroup.org

Director of Health & Wellness

Director of Health & Wellness for the Lantern

Posted: Dec 15, 2014

Location: New York, NY

We are seeking a Director of Health and Wellness with expertise in public health, evidence-based models, program development and managed care, to create a comprehensive health and wellness program to enhance the health and wellness of all of Lantern’s clients.  The Director will have demonstrated experience selecting and implementing evidence‐based practices with fidelity, as well as with administering programs in compliance with government regulations and agency policies.  The Director will be Lantern’s lead on Medicaid redesign, and will work closely with the leadership team to ensure Lantern is up-to-date on changes and participating in related programs to the fullest extent possible for the benefit of our organization and clients.  As Health and Wellness is one of several specialty departments at Lantern, the Director will also be required to collaborate with other program areas to leverage resources and implement holistic programming. 

Founded in 1996, Lantern Community Services provides an integrated framework of health and social services to nearly 1,400 vulnerable individuals and families onsite at 14 supportive housing programs across New York City. Our scattered site program supports an additional 173 adults in Brooklyn and Long Island. Lantern’s clients include single adults, youth aging out of foster care and families, many of whom have co-occurring mental and physical health conditions, including HIV/AIDS, medical diagnoses associated with chronic homelessness, serious and persistent mental illness, and substance abuse.

Job Description: We are seeking a Director of Health and Wellness with expertise in public health, evidence-based models, program development and managed care, to create a comprehensive health and wellness program to enhance the health and wellness of all of Lantern’s clients. The Director will have demonstrated experience selecting and implementing evidence‐based practices with fidelity, as well as with administering programs in compliance with government regulations and agency policies. The Director will be Lantern’s lead on Medicaid redesign, and will work closely with the leadership team to ensure Lantern is up-to-date on changes and participating in related programs to the fullest extent possible for the benefit of our organization and clients. As Health and Wellness is one of several specialty departments at Lantern, the Director will also be required to collaborate with other program areas to leverage resources and implement holistic programming. The Director of Health and Wellness reports to the Chief Program Officer. The Director oversees a team of Health and Wellness Coordinators, who are sited at the buildings that Lantern serves, in the Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn. This position is exempt.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops, maintains and evaluates a comprehensive, innovative health and wellness program to be implemented across all Lantern sites that meets the needs of all of Lantern’s clients.
  • Evaluates existing services and outcomes; identifies gaps in service and needed improvements; selects evidence‐based models and/or practices to implement; and oversees implementation and fidelity adherence.
  • Oversees the implementation and fidelity adherence of the evidence-based model, Illness Management and Recovery.
  • Identifies, documents and evaluates health and wellness program outcomes, and utilizes such data to refine and strengthen program quality and effectiveness.
  • Leads Lantern’s work with respect to Medicaid redesign, including identifying opportunities for Lantern’s participation, initiating and managing partnerships with other organizations, and assessing and implementing services and billing processes consistent with Medicaid mandates.
  • Cultivates and sustains relationships with quality program partners.
  • Hires, trains, supervises and leads a team of Health and Wellness Coordinators with a strong sense of accountability for evidence-based model adherence, achieving outcomes for residents, and complying with Lantern’s and funders’ regulations and requirements.
  • Ensures all case records (electronic and paper) are accurate, comprehensive and up‐to‐date. • Stays current on evidence-based models, best practices and field trends.
  • Meets regularly with Clinical Directors, Program Directors, and other staff to facilitate integration of health and wellness objectives and programming into all supportive services.
  • Sets, tracks and evaluates performance outcomes for clients and staff.
  • Uses data to review staff workplans, and approaches and addresses training and program resource needs.

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree in Public Health or a related field, and five years of experience working in community health, preferably with familiarity with New York City and State providers, required.
  • Three years of experience in a management/supervisorial capacity required.
  • Experience successfully developing and implementing health and wellness programs, including the use of evidence-based models with fidelity, required. Familiarity with Illness Management and Recovery, or a similar model, preferred.
  • Experience delivering culturally-competent health and wellness social service programming to formerly homeless families, young adults and single adults, many who have co-occurring mental and physical health conditions, including HIV/AIDS, medical diagnoses, disabilities, substance abuse, and serious and persistent mental illness, strongly preferred.
  • Experience with the Medicaid system, particularly Medicaid redesign, Medicaid Managed Care Organizations, Health Homes, Home and Community-Based Services, and DSRIPP, strongly preferred.
  • Keen judgment essential for planning and accomplishing goals, navigating challenging bureaucratic systems and motivating and supporting staff; experience with electronic case management and/or medical records systems and demonstrated ability to utilize and review data to inform best practices in service provision; demonstrated success in relationship-building; a flexible, creative and solution‐oriented management approach; excellent writing and communication skills; and willingness to travel throughout Metro NYC required.

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to swposting.dhw@gmail.com. Note: Candidates being considered for the position must sign a release form for Lantern Community Services to perform a criminal background check. Lantern Community Services provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment.

Type: Full Time

Contact: swposting.dhw@gmail.com

Housing Advocate

Housing Advocate at Common Ground's Street to Home street outreach program in Brooklyn/Queens

Posted: Dec 15, 2014

Location: Brooklyn, NY

The Connections Housing Advocate works with chronic street homeless individuals living in Brooklyn and Queens. Specifically, s/he will work with the client to deliver comprehensive housing placement and case management services that include but are not limited to obtaining a TB test, securing income (in collaboration with the Entitlements Unit), obtaining identification, completing psychosocial assessments, facilitating psychiatric evaluations, complete the HRA 2010e and other appropriate housing applications, and to secure safe haven, stabilization bed, and ultimately permanent housing placement. Connections Housing Advocate will build a relationship with client utilizing motivational interviewing to encourage client to work towards permanent housing.

Responsibilities:

  • Complete steps necessary to place client into safe haven and/or stabilization bed
  • Complete steps necessary for submission of client’s HRA 201oe application
  • Escort clients to appointments
  • Develop and maintain recordkeeping files and databases, completion of necessary reports, data entry
  • Collaborate with the team of other Housing Advocates
  • Liaise/collaborate with other service providers/case managers/social workers, etc.
  • Performs other related duties

Qualifications Include:

  • Two years related work experience.
  • Knowledge of local benefit agencies (Public Assistance).
  • Familiarity with substance abuse, mental health and employment issues.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, in Social Work or a related field.
  • Microsoft Office Suite and electronic record keeping.
  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish)

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Type: Full-time

Contact: https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/commonground/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10332&esid=az

Program Director

Program Director for HELP USA

Posted: Dec 12, 2014

Location: New York, NY

HELP USA, an entrepreneurial national not-for-profit that develops and operates affordable housing and social services for homeless and low-income families and individuals, seeks a Program Director to start up and oversee a new HUD-funded permanent supportive housing program for families.  The program is located in East New York, Brooklyn.

HELP USA is starting an innovative 50-unit permanent supportive housing program within a larger, stable, service-rich affordable housing program.  We will target chronically homeless families in which the head of household has a disability and who are currently living in the NYC shelter system.

The Program Director will be responsible for starting and implementing the program, for hiring the staff, for developing policies and procedures, and for achieving and maintaining stable operations. This is an excellent opportunity for a person who wants the experience of starting a new program and then managing it to success.

Responsibilities:

  • Hire and supervise 8 staff persons, including case managers, education and employment coordinators, and a clinician.
  • Create and execute a client outreach and lease-up plan to fill the residential units.
  • Coordinate the program with HELP USA’s Property Management Division regarding rental activities, maintenance and security.
  • Develop a detailed program budget and manage expenses within that budget.
  • Develop and implement case documentation that meets the requirements of the funding source.
  • Develop and implement quality assurance standards that ensure the program receives the highest possible audit ratings by its funder and oversight agencies.
  • Develop and implement a service-enriched approach that is responsive to the needs of the program participants.

Qualifications Include:

  • MSW degree
  • Minimum 5 years of post-Masters experience, preferably working with homeless families
  • Supervisory experience
  • Experience implementing culturally competent services
  • Excellent conflict resolution and crisis intervention skills

Type: Full Time

Contact: To apply, please send a resume with cover letter to: dleung@helpusa.org

Compliance Manager, Property Management Division

Compliance Manager, Property Management Division for HELP USA

Posted: Dec 12, 2014

Location: New York City, NY

The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and 3 – 5 years of professional experience in property or asset management.  Candidates with Affordable Housing Manager or LIHTC certification are preferred.

Candidates should describe their Yardi experience in detail in their submission

HELP USA, an entrepreneurial national not-for-profit that develops and operates affordable housing for homeless and low-income families and individuals, seeks a Compliance Manager in our Property Management Division. This position is located in our central headquarters in lower Manhattan. This position is responsible for monitoring and assessing that each project in HELP’s national portfolio of permanent housing is operating in accordance with HELP’s policy and procedures; is achieving the objectives set by public agencies, funders and investors; and is complying with all financial, legal, and regulatory obligations.

Responsibilities:

  • Monitor new lease ups and re-rentals to ensure that all aspects of the properties’ regulatory agreements are adhered to and occupancy targets are met.
  • Monitor occupancy in each property; notify Regional Directors and Director of Property Management if a property has falling below its occupancy target.
  • Monitor registrations, tenants’ re-certifications and lease renewals across all regions.
  • Ensure that all properties meet their LIHTC obligations; perform site visits and file reviews to document compliance.
  • Perform on-site pre-inspection reviews prior to external audits.
  • Track tenant legal activities with HELP’s attorneys to ensure hold-over and eviction cases are being initiated and processed in a timely manner.
  • Maintain schedule of program, investor, and agency deliverables and reports.
  • Act as HELP’s Yardi Voyager project manager, including but not limited to setting up new properties, move-ins, move- outs, resident ledgers, and updating annual income limits per region; act as the liaison with Yardi Customer service.
  • Monitor volume and completion of work orders.
  • Monitor prospective tenant waiting list by region and property.
  • Monitor HUD grant requirements, including monthly timesheets and staff activities report.

Type: Full Time

Contact: To apply, please send a resume with cover letter to: dleung@helpusa.org

Assistant Teacher

Assistant Teacher for HELP USA

Posted: Dec 11, 2014

Location: New York, NY

Under the supervision of the Childcare Supervisor, the Assistant Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Carries out the agency's functions, policies and procedures, following schedules, adhering to established personnel policies and practices, and modeling appropriate professional behavior.
  • Maintains good working relationships and objective attitudes with other staff members of the daycare center and HELP USA.
  • Supervises the planning and execution of a program to provide daycare for the children, which take into account the educational, social, developmental, and health needs of the group as well as the individual.
  • Conducts an initial and ongoing evaluation that will provide both staff and parents with an insight on child.
  • Submits weekly lesson plan to the Child Care Supervisor.
  • Submits biweekly child developmental assessment to the Child Care Supervisor.
  • Develops a program of educational goals appropriate to the age and developmental level of the children, which will enable them to make the most of future educational opportunities.
  • Plans the use of community resources to enrich the educational content of the children's program.
  • Recommends children for early intervention as indicated.
  • Takes responsibility for keeping equipment accessible and in good, clean condition to encourage maximum constructive use by the children.
  • Takes responsibility for removing any damaged or unsafe equipment and reporting to the Center Director/Supervisor or to Maintenance so that necessary actions can be taken.
  • Responsible for planning and supervising an appropriate arrangement of his or her classroom furniture designed to promote optimal program functioning.
  • Shares in the overall planning for the best use of shared space in relation to the total center program.
  • Attends two training's per year in the field of early childhood education.
  • Responsible for educating self in current researches pertaining to child development and early childhood education.
  • Responsible for equals sharing among all classroom personnel relating to all areas of the program.
  • Develops and implements an appropriate plan with other Child Care staff by which information concerning the children and the program can be shared with the parent.
  • Attends and participates in parent teacher's meeting.
  • Respects the confidentiality of all information about children and parents.
  • Responsible for participating in individual meetings with parents to discuss developmental needs of the child.
  • Acts respectfully and professionally in all interactions with staff, children and parents.
  • Enters child specific and family specific information into the AWARDS database.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Include:

  • High school diploma or OED required or 60 college credits/ 60 college credits with 24 education credits or Child Development Associate Credential (CDA)
  • Experience in working with preschool age children required.
  • Bi-lingual (Spanish/English) preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Experience working with survivors of domestic violence, preferred.

Please email your resume to sbeauford@helpusa.org. EOE. A Drug Free Workplace.

Type: Full Time

Contact: Email resumes to sbeauford@helpusa.org

Residential Aide

Residential Aide at Common Ground's transitional housing program for military veterans

Posted: Dec 10, 2014

Location: Montrose, NY

The Residential Aide assist management staff in maintaining program stability by providing support, assistance, and monitoring of the Common Ground, Montrose VA premises. The Residential Aide is also responsible for ensuring effective front office operation, monitoring and assisting residents, documentation and constant communication with management team.

Responsibilities:

  • Monitoring of residents; making hourly rounds with security wand, and maintaining a safe, stable housing environment
  • Provide residents with access to their medication
  • Answer telephone calls, direct calls, take messages, answer questions, and provide information
  • Reporting and documentation of incidents, crisis intervention , communicating with On-call management team
  • Record keeping including documentation of daily attendance, shift report, bed count, visitors, writing progress notes as needed, etc
  • Greet persons entering establishment, determine nature and purpose of visit, and direct or escort them to specific destinations.
  • Circulate among residents, visitors, or employees to preserve order and protect property
  • Urine Drug Screen (UDS) collection/assignment, complete property and room searches as needed, and distribute mail
  • Screen residents and visitors and packages to prevent passage of prohibited articles into residence
  • Use company vehicle to transport residents to and from appointments in the community and as directed by program management
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications Include:

  • Minimum two years related experience
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite HS diploma or GED required.
  • Associates degree preferred
  • Must have a valid NYS Driver's License
  • Experience working with chronic homeless populations and Veterans a plus

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Type: Part-time

Contact: https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/commonground/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10324&esid=az

Office Manager

Office Manager at Common Ground's The Schermerhorn residence

Posted: Dec 10, 2014

Location: Brooklyn, NY

The Office Manager is responsible for bookkeeping, which includes but is not limited to petty cash, check requisitions and billing.

Responsibilities:

  •   Scheduling, taking meeting notes, maintaining filing systems, writing letters & other correspondence, maintaining client data and other office support functions.
  • Act as an important point of contact for building clients; the person in this position must have exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • Direct/answer client questions
  • Responsible for maintaining the petty cash, billing, check request and Metro cards
  • Maintain facility and staff activity calendars
  • Track vacations and attendance
  • Maintain client data
  • Keep an updated file of vendors, order and track supplies
  • Maintain filing system, office supplies
  • Answer phones, direct calls and messages
  • Attend meetings and keep notes
  • Coordinate events
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

Qualifications Include:

  • A minimum of two years related work experience
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Must have the ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Able to work with a diverse/special needs population
  • Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Must have exceptional written and verbal skills
  • Experience working with homeless/formerly homeless populations preferred
  • Bilingual Spanish/English preferred

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Type: Full-time

Contact: https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/commonground/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=10335&esid=az

HOUSING PROGRAM ASSISTANT

HOUSING PROGRAM ASSISTANT for Evergreen Health Services

Posted: Dec 09, 2014

Location: Buffalo, NY

The Housing Program Assistant will oversee requests for short-term rental assistance and one-time only financial assistance.  He/she will be responsible for all Housing Placement Assistance and Referral services including assessment and advocacy, and acting liaison to other housing providers. He/she reports directly to the Director of Housing Placement and Retention Services, who along with the Sr. Director of Housing Development and Supportive Services, shall determine the specific responsibilities of this position.  These functions can be revised with proper notification and training provided where appropriate.

The Housing Program Assistant will oversee requests for short-term rental assistance and one-time only financial assistance. He/she will be responsible for all Housing Placement Assistance and Referral services including assessment and advocacy, and acting liaison to other housing providers. He/she reports directly to the Director of Housing Placement and Retention Services, who along with the Sr. Director of Housing Development and Supportive Services, shall determine the specific responsibilities of this position. These functions can be revised with proper notification and training provided where appropriate.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement housing services for Benedict House as outlined in respective work plans:
  • Serve as the liaison within the community on matters relating to congregate housing, homelessness and HIV issues;
  • Communicate and collaborate with contract managers and funders , responding in a timely manner to all requests;
  • Ensure compliance with state, federal, and local regulations regarding provision of residential housing services;
  • Coordinates and monitors fiscal program outcomes and indicators as indicated by work plans;
  • Supervises, directs, and coordinates duties of Benedict House program staff;
  • Serve on the Center for Community Services management team and Housing and Supportive Services management team;
  • Assess, develop, and implement Benedict House program policy;
  • Reviews all intake applications and participate in decision for admission to residence;
  • Review and provide feedback for all residential service plans and progress notes;
  • Review and provide feedback for all discharge plans;
  • Provide regular reports to Board of Trustees regarding program outcomes, highlights, and updates;
  • Establishes linkages for referrals and meets with local regional housing service coalitions;
  • Provide opportunities for staff development and training;
  • Manage resident grievances in line with the Evergreen Association grievance procedure;
  • Responsible for recruitment of staff and talent for service provision at Benedict House;
  • Participate in program and agency CQI activities, including regular chart review, outcome tracking, and data review;
  • Develop and implement data collection and reporting procedures, including review of findings and outcomes;
  • Attends all AIDS Institute required meetings and trainings;
  • Works with Director of Supportive Services and Residence Manager in hiring appropriate staff support;
  • Maintains adherence to the Association’s Corporate Compliance policies, attends yearly updates and any specific trainings established for his/her department. Promptly reports any violations to their immediate supervisor, the Corporate Compliance Officer or anonymously to the Corporate Compliance Hotline: 716-541-0663.
  • Participate in all Team meetings, staff meetings and in-service.
  • Complete all tasks as directed by the Senior Director of Housing Development and Supportive Services.
  • Additional duties as required.

Qualifications Include:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree and three years relevant management experience;
  • five years housing services experience (congregate facility or homelessness prevention experience is preferred);
  • excellent written and verbal communication skills required; Sensitivity to socio-cultural diversity, including HIV/AIDS, addiction, and LGBT issues.
  • Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking English (Spanish a plus).
  • Visual and auditory acuity sufficient to conduct thorough and effective client interviews assessing both verbal and non-verbal responses.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds without restriction to move program supplies and equipment, as needed.
  • Ability to sit for extended periods.

Type: Full-Time

Contact: career@evergreenhs.org

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Compliance Manager

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Compliance Manager

Posted: Dec 04, 2014

Location: New York, NY

The Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Manager is responsible to manage all aspects of LIHTC compliance for Comunilife's growing portfolio. This position reports to the VP for Property and Asset Management and will work out of our Bronx headquarters and travel within NYC to assist Properties with Compliance needs. The LIHTC Manager will also support the additional areas of Property and Asset Management.   

Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate agency requirements and implement compliance procedures for developments for all properties
  • Review applications and determine eligibility for the affordable housing program for the specific communities within our portfolio.
  • Manage resident re-certifications, rent increases, and utility allowance changes
  • Field incoming inquiries from site staff with questions directly related to income and asset eligibility, legal rents, and property-specific compliance requirements.
  • Conduct site visits to review resident files and implement standardization of pending and recertification files.
  • Consistent monitoring to ensure each facility is in compliance with regulatory requirements specific to the facility.
  • Complete annual/quarterly/monthly compliance reports as required.
  • Prepare for and attend affordable and LIHTC audits performed by state and regulatory agencies.
  • Perform file audits and identify errors and/or missing documentation.
  • Follow up with facilities on file audits to make sure corrections have been completed. Keep a log of files audited and files to be audited.
  • Review new applications for completeness prior to submission.
  • Maintain an effective system for reporting and monitoring compliance for all properties.
  • Ensure that all properties meet compliance requirements for LIHTC, Section 8, and all housing programs.
  • Maintain maximum income limits, rent limits, and utility allowances and coordinate annual rent adjustments within the portfolio.
  • Provide and/or coordinate training for property management and program staff.
  • Build and maintain relationships with funding agencies
  • Assist with the collection of rent at facilities.
  • Participate in HASA case conferences and legal proceedings as needed.
  • Assist VP for Property and Asset Management as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Include:

  • Strong knowledge of LIHTC regulations and Project Based Section 8/Tax Credit residential properties
  • Well-developed administrative skills. Strong management skills-principles and people. Experienced working with multiple types of service programs.
  • Exhibit good judgment, practical day-to-day experience working with a diverse group of people, and hardworking.
  • Extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Creativity and latitude.
  • Strong written and verbal skills, organizational excellence, and team-oriented.
  • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion and integrity.
  • Previous experience in a confidential administrative role with the ability to work well independently and ability to prioritize and multitask in a fast paced environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point. J
  • At least 5 years compliance experience in Project Based Section 8/Tax Credit residential properties.
  • Strong knowledge of LIHTC regulations.
  • Formal training and/or certification in related field and some college is highly preferred.
  • Bilingual/Spanish is desirable, but not required.
  • Moderate physical activity is required, including climbing stairs.
  • Field work is necessary
  • Required NYS Driver’s License

To apply please visit our website at http://comunilife.iapplicants.com

Type: Full-time

Contact: To apply please visit our website at http://comunilife.iapplicants.com

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