Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency is a Joint Powers Authority created as a public agency by the City and County of Sacramento in 1973. SHRA is the lead public agency and public developer for the city and the county regarding affordable housing, public housing and redevelopment projects and issues.

When SHRA was formed in 1973, the Public Housing Authorities for both the city and the county were included under its organizational structure along with the Redevelopment Agencies for both jurisdictions.

SHRA currently employs about 300 people

The Agency is one of California's largest Housing Authority and Redevelopment Agency and receives more federal funding for community development than any other entity in Central California.

 

16 job(s) at Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency

Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 21, 2022
Full Time
Description To provide a full range or portfolio management services and loan servicing for single and multifamily loans Supervision received and support/guidance exercised: Receives direct supervision from the Program Manager Receives lead direction from Senior Staff Receives functional guidance from higher level staff Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other Loan Servicing and Housing Finance Analysts The top candidates may be invited to an oral examination. Candidates must successfully pass the oral exam in order to be placed on the eligible list for the Senior Loan Servicing Analyst Classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility Portfolio Management - Single and Multifamily Loan Servicing Annual cash flow review Supplement annual administrative fee invoice calculation Supplement annual administrative fee waiver Perform loan forgiveness reviews Review mature loans Analyze payment deferral request and make recommendations Review subordination requests and make recommendations Review assignment and assumption requests and make recommendations Analyze regulatory agreements/asset management issues and make recommendations Analyze loan work outs to address maturity dates and changes in loan terms Review loan administration fees (bond & gap financing) and follow up with borrower on delinquencies Prepare audit confirmations Prepare estoppel certificates Review single family and multifamily new loan set ups Prepare Requests for Qualifications Analyze AmeriNational monthly reconciliation reports and monthly trend reports Homeownership Program Coordinate the sale of inclusionary homes both new and resale Review eligibility and approve homebuyer certifications for SHRA single family programs Administer Homebuyer Education Contracts Prepare and submit CalHome and BEGIN reports Prepare and submit mortgage credit certification reports Prepare and analyze CAPER data, action plans and budget documents Administer MCC & CalHome Review eligibility for mortgage credit certificate program and process file close outs Confirm eligibility for Citrus Heights FTHB program Coordinate monthly lender renewals and new lender approvals Education & Experience Knowledge of : Housing or real estate economics, such as real estate transactions, mortgage finance or construction finance transactions; housing construction, development or rehabilitation; property management; or residential planning. A variety of housing finance programs and mechanisms, including Section 8, FHA and VA financing; single family and/or multifamily residential lending requirements; factors which affect cost, value, and marketability or property. Ability: ?Work independently using judgment and expertise to address complex projects and programs. Evaluate and analyze data; evaluate and develop procedures and guidelines to ensure compliance with affordable housing criteria. Evaluate current Agency program operations and make recommendations for improvement; prepare reports and make recommendation to Agency executive staff. Establish and maintain cooperative relations with those contacted in the work; work under tight schedules and deadlines. Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide teh required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years experience in housing or real estate economics, such as real estate transactions , mortgage finance or construction finance transactions; housing construction, development or rehabilitation; property management; or residential planning. In a public or private housing, economic or community development related organization, with finance, loan officer or economic development experience in a capacity such as mortgage banker, mortgage loan officer, or economic development packager. Loan packaging experience with a governmental housing, economic and/or business finance or a related field. Education: Bachelor's degree preferred with a degree in planning, economics, business, government, finance or related field. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time:
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 20, 2022
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs a variety of and advanced journey level work related to the Housing Authority's provision of housing assistance programs. Duties include managing an assigned caseload, performing day-to-day coordination and quality control of eligibility, inspections, news leases, annual re-certifications and program terminations in accordance with Agency policy and in compliance with funding regulations for subsidized housing; conduct physical inspections of Agency real property, as assigned. EXAMINATION Up to the top 100 candidates that meet the minimum qualifications may be invited to the written exam. Candidates must successfully pass the written exam in order to be invited to the oral exam. Once written exams have been scored, up to the top 32 scores from the written exam may be invited to the oral exam. Candidates who successfully pass the oral exam will be placed on the eligible list for the Housing Program Specialist Classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility Classification Distinction This is the advanced journey level class in the Housing Program series. Incumbents perform the most difficult and complex duties and are required to have advanced program and operational knowledge across Housing Authority functions. Incumbents are responsible for analyzing complex situations and for developing and implementing solutions. This classification functions with a high level of independence and assists in the integration and coordination of the separate housing programs functions. Incumbents may act as a team leader for their assigned functional area. This classification is distinguished from the Housing Program Technician II classification in that it is responsible for resolving the most difficult and complex issues, as well as for the coordination of functions. Education & Experience Education and Experience Any combination of experience and education which would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. Education: Equivalent to two (2) years of college (48 semester units or more) in social services, business, management, with an emphasis on case management. Experience: In addition to the educational experience, must have at least (2) years of equivalent experience in a similar position in which most of the essential functions of the position were performed. Two (2) additional years of actual experience in a similar position will be accepted as equivalent to two (2) years of completed college education. GED or High School Diploma is required when substituting experience for College degree. Job Duties & Responsibilities Client Service • Implement the departments Mission Statement in all aspects of customer contact • Counsel applicants, tenants and owners on program rules and regulations • Monitor repayment agreements • Disseminate program information throughout the community via public speaking forums and seminars • Respond quickly by telephone or in writing to public inquiries Operations • Implement caseload management process for Section 8 program participants • Implement Housing Quality Standards inspections process and ensure that regulations are met • Conduct initial and annual interviews with clients Performs annual, interim, and special recertification of participants; receives, reviews, and processes recertification packets. • Calculate and determines initial and continued eligibility for to receive assistance under various programs; issues vouchers to eligible applicants in leased housing programs and recertifies participants to transfer. • Coordinate orientations and briefing sessions for pre-applicants, qualified applicants and program participants • Review and apply pertinent provisions of HUD rules and regulations • Negotiate rent with landlords for Section 8 housing units and schedule inspections • Prepare and maintain accurate and detailed case files • Process damage claims • Verify ownership of property • Evaluate unlawful detainer reports and credit and criminal background checks Non-acceptance and Termination Process • Prepare written reports and correspondence as required • Monitor case files for program violations and recommend further action • Represent Agency at tenant conferences, reviews, hearings and court proceedings • Assist with disputes and conflicts Advanced Journey Level Support • May provide functional guidance and support to lower level staff • May assist supervisor in training new and lower level staff As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: 2/2/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 17, 2022
Full Time
Description The Internal Auditor conducts independent and objective financials, operational, and program audits, investigations, and surveys; determines compliance with prevailing laws and regulations, identifies opportunities to strengthen internal controls, and locates operational deficiencies; analyzes proposals; prepares and documents all audit work performed in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and may lead subordinate staff. The Internal Auditor independently makes decisions and perform complex analytical audits, investigations, and surveys work and activities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the Chief Financial Officer Receives functional guidance from higher level management/executive staff Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other staff Essential Areas of Responsibility The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of job duties and responsibilities for positions in this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed. Consequently, this information does not reflect essential functions for any given position in this classification. Depending upon the assignments, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Conducts audits of the Agency's operations, programs, and activities; evaluates actual versus projected outcomes; identifies areas of risk; recommends functional and operational changes needed to improve the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the Agency's services and programs. Conducts analysis of the Agency's revenues and expenditures; evaluates internal and external controls; ascertains compliance with applicable policies and regulations. Assesses and documents the reliability of internal control systems through inspection, interviews, and analytical procedures. Conducts audit planning, executes field work, and document audit steps in working papers. Manages and prioritizes assignments to meet department work plan goals and deadlines. Prepares verbal and written reports or communications in accordance with GAGAS. Develops and maintains positive and collaborative relationships with internal and external clients. Maintains written documentation of all findings; assists departmental staff in implementing recommendations. Drives automotive vehicle as necessary in order to conduct audits and attend meetings. Periodic attendance at evening Commission meetings, including presentation of audit reports. Develops, updates, and implements standards and procedures for conducting audits. Provides direction and oversight to assigned staff; assists in the development of staff performance evaluations. Conducts fraud, waste, and abuse investigations Education & Experience Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience Four years' experience in auditing, accounting, or program evaluation. Government experience is preferred Education Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in accounting, business, or closely related field required. MBA preferred. A Master's degree or certification in the areas below may substitute for one year of auditing, accounting, or program evaluation experience. Certifications: Designation as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) or CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) is highly desirable. The following certifications (or equivalent) are also desirable: CISA (Certified Information System Auditor) CGAP (Certified Government Auditing Professional) CRP (Certified Risk Professional) CFFA (Certified Forensic Financial Analyst) CMA (Certified Forensic Financial Analyst) CCSA (Certification in Control Self-Assessment) CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) CQA (Certified Quality Auditor) CTP (Certified Treasury Professional) GPC (Grants Professional Certification) Licenses and Certificates : Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Physical Abilities and Work Environment : Position may require prolonged sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily office activities. Drive during inclement weather conditions. The position also requires frequent grasping, repetitive hand movement and coordination in preparing statistical reports and data using a computer keyboard. Additionally, the position requires near and far vision in reading correspondence, statistical data, and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and face-to-face client, staff customer service. The need to lift, drag and push files, paper and documents weighing up to 25 pounds also is required. Other Requirements : May be required to take and successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination. Job Duties & Responsibilities Knowledge of : Operational characteristics, services, and activities of audit and performance measurement programs Principles and practices of complex auditing and accounting functions and their application to municipal/governmental accounting systems, with emphasis on fiscal and operational aspects of such organizations. Various professional accounting standards such as Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAS), Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and Generally Accepted Governmental Auditing Standards (GAGAS). Operating characteristics of computerized information systems relating to auditing. Contracts and contract audit process, procedures, and standards. Accounting procedures for various types of funds and account groups such as general, special revenue, debt service, capital projects, trust, agency, enterprise, internal services, general long-term debt service, capital projects, trust, agency, enterprise, internal services, general long-term debt, and general fixes assets. Statistical methods, cost and revenue projecting, cost allocation methods, and financial schedules. Project management, including project planning, scheduling, and control mechanisms. Principles, practices, and techniques of business administration, public administration, public finance, management, and team building. Principles, methods, and practices of municipal finance, budget development, economics, organizational, policy, and financial analysis, financial accounting, cost benefit-analysis, and statistical methods and research. Principles of long-range financial planning and methods. Principles and practices of pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes, and regulations. Business computer applications and presentation software, particularly related to statistical analysis techniques and formulae, word processing and spreadsheet, and basic accounting and budgeting. Methods and techniques involved in conducting analytical studies of administrative and management practices and procedures. Organizational and functional structures of municipal government and the relationship between staff, tasks, and budget. Usage of English syntax, language mechanics, punctuation and grammar in technical report writing and report presentation. Public speaking, contact, and community relations Ability to : Effectively plan and organize complex auditing projects and activities; design, implement, and monitor internal audit programs, systems, and procedures. Use professional accounting and audit judgment and apply generally accepted government auditing standards in all assignments. Develop audit plans and conduct audits; reduce complex issues to the most basic form; formulate reasonable and achievable recommendations. Evaluate compliance with Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. Analyze statistical and financial data and make operative recommendations regarding financial and accounting procedures and work flow. Analyze statistical and financial data and make operative recommendations regarding financial and accounting procedures and work flow. Analyze a variety of complex administrative, statistical, and organizational problems and make sound policy and procedural recommendations. Work independently and as a team member. Work in stressful situations and under strict deadlines. Collect, evaluate and interpret varied information and data, either in statistical or narrative form. Communicate effectively in both oral and written form with executives, representatives of outside agencies, and the public; prepare and present complex narrative and statistical reports, correspondence, and other written materials to both large and small groups. Independently research, analyze and make effective recommendations on administrative, management, organizational, budgetary and fiscal practices, procedures, and problems. Prioritize workload efficiently, without direct instruction, to meet deadlines under changing conditions; coordinate multiple projects; make sound decisions under pressure. Acquire subject-matter expertise and facilitate groups in the area of work assigned. Work effectively with sensitive and confidential information in political environment. Establish and maintain working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 15, 2022
Full Time
Description PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION: This position will be responsible for providing and monitoring program services in the area of economic development, self-sufficiency, homeownership, drug prevention and family services. The incumbent performs skilled work in interviewing, assessing and establishing appropriate programs for clients, and is responsible for ongoing follow-up and case management activities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED/EXERCISED: • Receives direct supervision from the Supervisor or Program Manager. • May receive lead direction and or functional guidance from higher level staff • May exercise technical and functional lead direction over temporary employees and training program participants. Up to the top 50 most qualified candidates may be invited to the written examination. Up to the top 16 scores from the written examination may be invited to the oral examination. Candidates must successfully pass both the written and oral examination in order to be placed on the eligible list for this classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility • Interviews, screens and counsels program participants and refers residents to services such as: education, employment, job training, health services, credit counseling, child care and transportation, then follows up to ensure follow through. • Prepares various reports and correspondence; maintains accurate case management notes; maintains caseload to meet the outcome requirements of all funding sources; maintains files regarding self sufficiency activities and services. • Creates and implements outreach activities to meet agency and departmental goals and objectives. • Establishes positive working relationships with representatives of community organizations, other governmental agencies and associations, Housing Authority management and staff, residents and the public. • Responds to written and telephone requests and inquiries fro the general public concerning programs. Prepares necessary correspondence. • Researches, updates, and maintains data on participants, demographics, progress, needs and services; determines program effectiveness • Assists in all aspects of the administration of the agency's public housing Resident Services programs which includes: designing and revising FSS Action Plan, monitoring participant contracts, calculating escrow credits, completing the FSS addendum to the HUD 50058 and adapting the program as needed to meet resident progress and needs. • Perform all duties related to managing a PH caseload which includes: Verifying and documenting information provided by prospective and current tenants for certification, determining income and allowances to accurately calculate appropriate tenant rent and explain methodology to participants, interpreting and enforcing program rules and regulations. Education & Experience EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION GUIDELINES: Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Two years of increasingly responsible experience in social, housing or community services, including case management. Education: Graduation from an accredited high school, or possession of an equivalent certificate or diploma recognized by the State of California (e.g. G.E.D.). An associate or bachelor's degree in social work, human services, counseling or a related field is highly preferred. Job Duties & Responsibilities REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Knowledge of: Familiarity with activities and services provided by a business environment that implements services in any of the following fields: human services, counseling or a related field; social services, community services, and case management. Modern office methods and equipment including FAX machines, multi-line telephone systems, computers and applicable software; proper English usage including spelling, grammar punctuation, editing and vocabulary; public and agency desk procedures and methods of providing services and information; standard business mathematics, principles and procedures of record keeping. Ability to: Work in dependently with a high degree of self-motivation and initiative and as part of a team, and the ability to work under pressure. Effectively interview and gather information, record, and correctly evaluate data. Correctly interpret rules and regulations for residents and the general public. Appropriately advise, motivate, and assist program participants. Initiate and answer correspondence independently. Organize and prioritize work effectively, meet required deadlines, and accommodate change. Maintain accurate and systematic records, and client confidentiality. Work effectively with people from a variety of social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. Maintain a sense of surroundings to assure personal safety. Maintain the physical capacity to effectively perform the duties as assigned. Learn, interpret, explain and apply Federal, State, and Housing Authority regulations concerning program(s) operations, eligibility and residential property leasing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Research and develop community resources. Write and format routine business correspondence, reports, documents, manuals and presentations. Operate a computer using various Windows based applications and related programs, including standard, as well as proprietary software. Licenses and Certificates: Must possess and maintain a valid California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Physical Abilities and Work Environment: Position may require prolonged sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily office activities. Walking over uneven ground while performing site visits. Drive during inclement weather conditions. The position also requires frequent grasping, repetitive hand movement and coordination in preparing statistical reports and data using a computer keyboard. Additionally, the position requires near and far vision in reading correspondence, statistical data, and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and face-to-face service. The need to lift, drag and push files, paper and documents weighing up to 25 pounds also is required. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 15, 2022
Full Time
Description Customer Service Representatives must maintain a high level of professionalism and present the organization in the best light possible. Responsible for the flow of customer queries and complaints. To do well in this role, incumbent need to be able to remain calm when customers are frustrated and have experience working with computers. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the department Manager Receives lead direction from senior department staff Receives functional guidance from higher level staff EXAMINATION: Only up to 50 candidates may be invited to the written examination. Only up to 16 who pass the written examination may be invited to the oral exam. Both the written and the oral must be passed in order to be placed on the eligible list for this classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility Customer Service: Maintaining a positive, empathetic and professional attitude toward customers at all times. Responding promptly to customer inquiries. Responsible for maintaining a high level of professionalism with clients and working to establish a positive rapport with every caller/visitor Communicating with customers through various channels. Acknowledging and resolving customer complaints. Processing work orders, forms, applications, and requests. Keeping records of customer interactions, transactions, comments and complaints after calls and/or visits Communicating and coordinating with colleagues as necessary. Providing feedback on the efficiency of the customer service process. Ensure customer satisfaction and provide professional customer support. foster ongoing relationships by resolving any issues quickly Community Resident Support Respond to rental inquiries made by phone, internet and walk-in traffic with an objective of securing appointments; Perform administrative duties related to the on-site marketing function. Exercise discretion as it relates to confidential resident, property and company information. Assist residents with work order requests, ensuring quality and timely completion Maintain Legal Compliance with company standards and applicable laws, e.g., Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant laws Education & Experience Experience : Experience working in a customer support environment. Education : High school diploma, general education degree or equivalent. Licenses and Certificates : Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Physical Abilities and Work Environment : Position may require prolonged sitting, standing, walking, and reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily office activities. May be required to drive during inclement weather conditions. The position also requires frequent grasping, repetitive hand movement and coordination in preparing statistical reports and data using a computer keyboard. Depending on the physical office location occasional use of stairs and walking on uneven ground, Additionally, the position requires reading correspondence, statistical data, and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and face-to-face service. The need to lift, drag and push files, paper and documents weighing up to 25 pounds also is required. Other Requirements : May be required to take and successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination. OTHER DUTIES : All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader. Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. Job Duties & Responsibilities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required to perform essential job functions : This position requires the ability to work any of the 7 days of the week, 52 weeks of the year. It is critical that individuals possess the ability to work their scheduled hours plus any other hours scheduled in order to complete the job; must attend training classes as scheduled. Work schedules and location assignments are subject to change. Ability to stay calm and remain professional and courteous with customers at all times Excellent verbal and written communication skills Exhibit superior customer service skills, communicate well over the phone Perform a variety of administrative tasks Be motivated by being key support to the office Display a willingness to help and collaborate with internal and external customers. Ability to work closely and well with others in a team environment. Ability to discern necessary information and assign tasks to crews to be completed Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel software programs. Ability to self-manage and prioritize. Multi-tasking is key to success Exceptional customer relations skills As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 07, 2022
Full Time
Description Classification: Represented by SHRA Employee Association To finance, assist in the development of, and establish programs and policies that provide affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization Candidates who most closely match the education and experience requirements may be invited to the Oral Exam for this classification. Candidates must successfully pass the oral exam in order to be placed on the eligible list for this classification. Candidates may be required to bring a copy of a cash flow statement that they have completed and present it to the panel as part of the examination. Essential Areas of Responsibility Through a variety of funding sources, the Development Department finances affordable housing developers to preserve and develop multifamily affordable housing in the City and County of Sacramento. In addition, the department works collaboratively with the City and County on the development and implementation of housing policy, including the City's and County's inclusionary housing programs and initiatives. This position will assume the duties outlined in the Job Description and will have responsibility for the housing finance data systems, internal and external reporting, GIS mapping, and assisting with housing policy research. Education & Experience Housing Finance Analyst I: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Community Development, Urban Planning, Social Services, Business, Banking or related field AND Experience: Minimum of one year experience in commercial real estate development, affordable housing, community planning, finance, or project delivery work in community development, redevelopment or similar organization. Job Duties & Responsibilities Program Development • Develop housing finance programs that provide multifamily affordable housing and/or revitalize older deteriorated neighborhoods • Seek funding from private and public entities to further leverage use of Agency funds and development objectives • Undertake market studies and gather other relevant information on effective housing programs and financing Project Implementation and Management • Lead or participate in project teams for major housing developments or programs • Manage contracting and performance of development-related entities (engineers, architects etc. ) for major projects • Review applications for loan and grant financing and bond issuances leading to funding recommendations • Complete financial analysis and risk assessments consistent with Agency underwriting policies and program guidelines • Prepare proposals for developer selection and other required consultants, including bond counsel and bond underwriters • Prepare reports and recommendations for governing board approval • Prepare and review Agency loan and bond documents • Coordinate intra-Agency communication with construction management and development staff to secure efficient project reviews • Review complex legal documents related to Agency lending or guarantees • Evaluate housing developments requesting financing under state or federal programs • Organize, attend and coordinate meetings with developers, lenders and other related parties to communicate Agency programs and policies Policy and Strategy Development • Develop and articulate housing finance and development policies at local, state and federal levels • Communicate Agency's positions at local, state and federal hearings • Assist development staff in planning neighborhood strategies by providing technical expertise and project information • Establish priority activities for Agency involvement and incorporation in Agency strategic plan • Organize, attend and coordinate meetings with government officials to plan common strategies and policies for affordable housing finance and development As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: 1/28/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 07, 2022
Full Time
Description SHRA is seeking an exceptional, team-oriented candidate to work at the Senior Program Analyst level. The Senior Program Analyst will primarily support SHRA's Sacramento Emergency Rental Assistance (SERA) team and will have the opportunity to perform meaningful and impactful work for an Agency dedicated to providing affordable housing in the most impacted region of the nation. The ideal candidate must be proficient in Excel and have experience interpreting large volumes of data, analyzing results using statistical techniques and be able to create ongoing reports. The candidate must also be able to filter raw data, identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets. They must also be able to define new processes and work with programmers and management staff to implement process improvements. The Senior Program Analyst is a journey level classification and under general supervision from the assigned supervisor or program manager, performs a variety of professional and specialized functions in support of assigned administrative or operational departments within the Agency. Incumbents are expected to exercise a high degree of initiative and independent judgment in prioritizing and executing work relating to the daily and strategic operations and program activities of the Agency. Essential Areas of Responsibility SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the department Supervisor/Program Manager Receives functional guidance from higher level management/executive staff Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other staff ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of job duties and responsibilities for positions in this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed. Consequently, this information does not reflect essential functions for any given position in this classification. Participates in the development, implementation and administration of assigned program operations and activities Researches and analyzes a variety of complex data, information, materials, and documentation from various sources to determine most effective course of actions for assigned projects Analyzes and evaluates assigned program's operations and administrative procedures to determine applicability, relevance, and effectiveness to program's goals and objectives; recommending modifications, additions, and/or deletions to policies, procedures, and/or activities as necessary Acts as a resource to clients, Agency staff, other agencies/organizations regarding assigned program/project policies, procedures, and operational activities and the practical application/interpretation of same Monitors and analyzes a variety of legal issuances, financial reports, accounting records/systems, industry laws and regulations, etc. pertaining to assigned program area; summarizing, interpreting, and disseminating relevant information Establishes, maintains, and monitors complex record keeping, filing, and/or tracking systems, to enhance the effectiveness of assigned work functions Develops and coordinates the preparation of requests for proposals, grant applications, compiling necessary data, proofreading and verifying documents and content, coordinating work flow and monitoring timelines. Train staff on the use of department databases and other software programs. Community Outreach: Community outreach coordinators serve as the face and voice of their organization, bridging the gap between SHRA and the community. Provide staff support for outreach and community meetings to maximize resident and community stakeholder involvement Represent organization in a variety of public settings to increase awareness. Provide front line support to answer inquiries received from the public. Evaluate needs of general public and community groups. Develop prospective programs for the organization and overseeing them from inception to fruition. Monitor programs to fit regulations and handle communications with representatives of the community. Create customized outreach campaigns for Agency programs and efforts. Create and post content for social media outreach efforts. Develop internal community-wide event/meetings calendar. Create content community marking tools. Formalize a community engagement strategy, ensure implementation in an expeditious manner and facilitate the outreach process. Develop, coordinate, and implementing a variety of informational, educational, and outreach activities to community groups, citizens, other agencies, and Agency staff Coordinate with community organizations to ensure we are communicating effectively with underrepresented populations Media Communication/Support Assist in planning and organizing Agency sponsored events, including developing strategies for media outreach to publicize the Agency's programs and accomplishments Assist with the creation and distribution of press releases for departments across the Agency Assist with the publication of the Agency's internal and external newsletter Utilize any and all appropriate social media resources to enhance communication with all stakeholders and continuously evaluating its effectiveness Design publications using graphic design software Assist with photographing or videotaping events; edit video or create slideshows for posting on social media Education & Experience Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: 4 years experience in administration, program evaluation, budget analysis, contract and amendments, research and analysis. Excellent writing and verbal skills required. Project management experience is highly desirable. Proficient level in excel. Proficient in analyzing large volumes of data. Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance or related field of study required. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 06, 2022
Full Time
Description SHRA is seeking an exceptional, team-oriented candidate to work at the Senior Program Analyst level. The Senior Program Analyst will primarily support SHRA's Homeless Innovations Department with oversight of 3 homeless shelters, working with staff and site operators, and will have the opportunity to perform meaningful and impactful work for an agency dedicated to providing affordable housing in the most impacted region of the nation. The Senior Program Analyst is a journey level classification and under general supervision from the assigned supervisor or program manager, performs a variety of professional and specialized functions in support of assigned administrative or operational departments within the Agency. Incumbents are expected to exercise a high degree of initiative and independent judgment in prioritizing and executing work relating to the daily and strategic operations and program activities of the Agency. Essential Areas of Responsibility SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the department Supervisor/Program Manager Receives functional guidance from higher level management/executive staff Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other staff ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of job duties and responsibilities for positions in this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed. Consequently, this information does not reflect essential functions for any given position in this classification. Participates in the development, implementation and administration of assigned program operations and activities Researches and analyzes a variety of complex data, information, materials, and documentation from various sources to determine most effective course of actions for assigned projects Analyzes and evaluates assigned program's operations and administrative procedures to determine applicability, relevance, and effectiveness to program's goals and objectives; recommending modifications, additions, and/or deletions to policies, procedures, and/or activities as necessary Acts as a resource to clients, Agency staff, other agencies/organizations regarding assigned program/project policies, procedures, and operational activities and the practical application/interpretation of same Monitors and analyzes a variety of legal issuances, financial reports, accounting records/systems, industry laws and regulations, etc. pertaining to assigned program area; summarizing, interpreting, and disseminating relevant information Establishes, maintains, and monitors complex record keeping, filing, and/or tracking systems, to enhance the effectiveness of assigned work functions Develops and coordinates the preparation of requests for proposals, grant applications, compiling necessary data, proofreading and verifying documents and content, coordinating work flow and monitoring timelines. Train staff on the use of department databases and other software programs. Community Outreach: Community outreach coordinators serve as the face and voice of their organization, bridging the gap between SHRA and the community. Provide staff support for outreach and community meetings to maximize resident and community stakeholder involvement Represent organization in a variety of public settings to increase awareness. Provide front line support to answer inquiries received from the public. Evaluate needs of general public and community groups. Develop prospective programs for the organization and overseeing them from inception to fruition. Monitor programs to fit regulations and handle communications with representatives of the community. Create customized outreach campaigns for Agency programs and efforts. Create and post content for social media outreach efforts. Develop internal community-wide event/meetings calendar. Create content community marking tools. Formalize a community engagement strategy, ensure implementation in an expeditious manner and facilitate the outreach process. Develop, coordinate, and implementing a variety of informational, educational, and outreach activities to community groups, citizens, other agencies, and Agency staff Coordinate with community organizations to ensure we are communicating effectively with underrepresented populations Media Communication/Support Assist in planning and organizing Agency sponsored events, including developing strategies for media outreach to publicize the Agency's programs and accomplishments Assist with the creation and distribution of press releases for departments across the Agency Assist with the publication of the Agency's internal and external newsletter Utilize any and all appropriate social media resources to enhance communication with all stakeholders and continuously evaluating its effectiveness Design publications using graphic design software Assist with photographing or videotaping events; edit video or create slideshows for posting on social media Education & Experience Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: 4 years experience in administration, program evaluation, budget analysis, contract and amendments, research and analysis. Excellent writing and verbal skills required. Project management experience is highly desirable. Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance or related field of study required. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description Classification: Supervisory Under general direction of the Portfolio Manager, and in accordance with Asset Management principles and practices/Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) requirements and effective customer service practices: this position plans, directs, monitors, evaluates, supervises and performs a wide variety of on-site property management activities that ensure the prompt and appropriate occupancy of available units. Essential Areas of Responsibility Regional Manager is responsible for accurate and full collection of rents, enforcement of lease conditions and provisions, timely initiation of eviction proceedings, inspection of rehabilitated or repaired units, timely and accurate tenant re-certification, and the maintenance of safe and sanitary property conditions; and to effectively supervise and evaluate the work of maintenance and clerical staff at the site(s). Regional managers will be assigned responsibility for these functions at multiple sites/properties. Education & Experience Education Bachelor's Degree in Property Management, Business Administration or related field plus 2 years related experience (preferred) OR Associates Degree plus 4 years related experience OR 6 years related experience. Experience The desired experience would be in the area of property management with experience in principles and practices of asset management, affordable housing or assisted housing administration, tax credit properties, housing rehabilitation and development programs and practices, managing rental property, supervision, maintenance principles as they pertain to rental housing units, public housing laws, and agency rules, regulations, and standards. Excellent customer service, oral and written communication skills are essential to this position. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of asset management and public or assisted housing administration. Public housing, and housing rehabilitation and development programs and practices. Principles and practices of managing rental property. Principles and practices of supervision, and maintenance principles as they pertain to rental housing units. Public housing laws, and agency rules, regulations, and standards. Ability to: Plan, organize, and coordinate work in a manner conducive to attaining full cooperation. Supervise the work of assigned subordinate personnel. Maintain confidentiality. Analyze, interpret data, and prepare reports. Comprehend and interpret complex rules, regulations, and laws. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the community and others contacted in the course of work. Communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively both orally and in writing; and speak effectively before groups. Operate a personal computer using various Windows-based applications programs. Job Duties & Responsibilities Plans, organizes and directs the day-to-day site based management and maintenance operations of public housing development(s). Administers rental policies of the Authority and performs and or supervises leasing and occupancy of units. Collects rents and is responsible for re-examinations of tenant income and inspection of units. Supervises maintenance of rental units owned by the Authority. Coordinates and solves problems relative to the Public Housing program. Implements changes in Federal and State regulations. May represent the Authority at the local level in public relations and community affairs. Maintains effective tenant relations. Requisitions materials and supplies. Prepares and/or supervises the preparation of correspondence and monthly activities and status reports. Undertakes special studies and assignments as directed by the Regional Site Manager. Responds to and resolve issues pertaining to programs. Advise Regional Site Manager, in a timely manner, on necessary actions, problems, or requirements. Serves as an advisor to the Regional Site Manager regarding management and operations issues and other department-wide matters. Reviews and prepare comments on proposed Federal, State and local regulations and their prospective impact on department and authority programs. Suggest alternative courses of action, as applicable. Develops departmental policies and procedures implementing Federal, State, and local directives and statutes and Authority policies, and, as applicable, procedures for department activities and programs. Maintains adequate monitoring and reporting systems to ensure the adequacy, quality, and timeliness of work. Holds and conduct regular staff meetings, to include the communication of and training in Authority policies. Responsible for departmental employee training, motivation, supervision, and evaluation. Recommends salary increases and takes disciplinary action as necessary and authorized. Approves leave requests and time cards. Participates in CHARMA safety program Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports Prepares budgets and monitoring budget performance Participates in the selection of staff. OTHER DUTIES: All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description The Senior Program Analyst is a journey level classification and under general supervision from the assigned supervisor or program manager, performs a variety of professional and specialized functions in support of assigned administrative or operational departments within the Agency. Incumbents are expected to exercise a high degree of initiative and independent judgment in prioritizing and executing work relating to the daily and strategic operations and program activities of the Agency. The position will support the Agency's administration of the State of California Transformative Climate Communities program and other grant programs and related initiatives that support the development of affordable housing and neighborhood improvement. Essential Areas of Responsibility SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED • Receives direct supervision from the department /Program Manager/Assistant Director • Receives functional guidance from higher level management/executive staff • Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other staff ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS The information listed below is meant to serve as samples of job duties and responsibilities for positions in this classification. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive, but indicative of several types of duties performed. Consequently, this information does not reflect essential functions for any given position in this classification. Participates in the development, implementation and administration of assigned program operations and activities Researches and analyzes a variety of complex data, information, materials, and documentation from various sources to determine most effective course of actions for assigned projects Analyzes and evaluates assigned program's operations and administrative procedures to determine applicability, relevance, and effectiveness to program's goals and objectives; recommending modifications, additions, and/or deletions to policies, procedures, and/or activities as necessary Acts as a resource to clients, Agency staff, other agencies/organizations regarding assigned program/project policies, procedures, and operational activities and the practical application/interpretation of same Monitors and analyzes a variety of legal issuances, financial reports, accounting records/systems, industry laws and regulations, etc. pertaining to assigned program area; summarizing, interpreting, and disseminating relevant information Establishes, maintains, and monitors complex record keeping, filing, and/or tracking systems, to enhance the effectiveness of assigned work functions Develops and coordinates the preparation of requests for proposals, grant applications, compiling necessary data, proofreading and verifying documents and content, coordinating work flow and monitoring timelines. Train staff on the use of department databases and other software programs. Serve as liaison to contractors, residents, municipal and developer partners, and various public agencies. Provide staff support for outreach and community meetings to maximize resident and community stakeholder involvement Education & Experience EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION GUIDELINES: Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience : 3-4 years experience in administration, program evaluation, budget analysis, contract and amendments, research and analysis. Excellent writing and verbal skills required. Project management experience is highly desirable. Education : Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Business Administration, Political Science, Public Administration, Finance or related field of study required. Master's Degree preferred; Master's degree can replace up to one year of experience Licenses and Certificates : Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Physical Abilities and Work Environment : Position may require prolonged sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily office activities. Drive during inclement weather conditions. The position also requires frequent grasping, repetitive hand movement and coordination in preparing statistical reports and data using a computer keyboard. Additionally, the position requires near and far vision in reading correspondence, statistical data, and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and face-to-face client, staff customer service. The need to lift, drag and push files, paper and documents weighing up to 25 pounds also is required. Job Duties & Responsibilities REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Knowledge of : Strong knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Knowledge of grant management including budget tracking, compliance, and reporting. Organizational and planning skills; creativity and problem solving skills. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including ability to communicate with diverse clients. General knowledge of the mission of the Agency and an understanding of the population it serves. Principals and practices of good customer service and supportive listening. Techniques of planning and performing budgetary and organizational analysis. Local, state, and federal redevelopment policy objectives. Ability to : Build relationships and communicate effectively with residents, staff, public officials, service providers, and other stakeholders. Ability to manage time and set priorities amidst multiple tasks and deadlines. Manage complex projects and coordinate multiple tasks. Independently analyze situations and take appropriate action within established guidelines. Maintain confidentiality and discretion. Analyze, interpret data, and prepare reports. Comprehend and interpret complex rules, regulations, and laws. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the community. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description To perform technical and professional accounting functions in the analysis, interpretation, recording and reporting of the Agency's financial transactions. EXAMINATION: Only up to 50 candidates will be invited to the written examination. Only up to 16 who pass the written examination will be invited to the oral exam. Both the written and the oral must be passed in order to be placed on the eligible list for this classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: preparing weekly check runs for various Federal programs (Housing Choice Voucher, Public Housing, Shelter Plus Care, TLCS, etc.), reconciling accounts, funds, and projects, updating the fixed asset system, assisting accountants as needed, processing accounts payable claims, and processing payroll and tax deposits and preparing various state and federal reporting. Education & Experience AA degree plus 2 years related experience preferred or High School Diploma/GED 4 years related experience in clerical accounting, accounting principles, data processing, and financial record keeping. Job Duties & Responsibilities Financial Examine financial documents, data or transactions to determine reasonableness and accuracy Conduct general to complex research, as needed (i.e. taxability of benefits, litigation, reconciliation, customer service) Draft and implement accounting procedures Prepare entries for correcting journals and first-of-year journals Enter new fixed assets into the IFAS system (interest and fees) Reconcile accounts, funds and/or projects Assist accountants as needed and provide guidance to other staff in accountants' absence Clerical/Administration Prepare and respond to correspondence and other inquiries Enter and update journal entries and other data in IFAS system Test, utilize, update and implement new and existing software Process accounts payable claims Provide external and internal customer service Assist in the planning, development and implementation of internal operations and financial audits Provide customer support and service Housing/Section 8 Prepare 1099s at year's end Prepare HUD budgets and requisitions Conduct internal auditing of Section 8 program (includes developing and implementing audit program) Access HUD regulations, interpret and implement Provide Section 8 lease updates and revenue projections to management Communicate with HUD and other PHAs regarding Section 8 finance issues Loans Set up all loans for servicing Generate purchase orders and create purchase requisition numbers Sign off and mail pay-off quotations Mail 1098 report at year-end Banking Update and maintain check management and fixed asset systems Monitor and track cash flow for cash management forecasting Transfer funds to and from City Treasurer/Bank Update, maintain and create CAFR (SHRA Financial Statement) Reconcile bank statement to General Ledger Reconcile and post fixed assets Create fixed asset and cash and investment audit work papers Update and maintain cash fund and GFAAG fund Create and generate various cash analysis reports Create CDBG Draw down Requests Allocate interest income and fees to the different funds Establish and maintain petty cash funds Communicate with City Treasurer and bank personnel as needed Payroll Process payroll, including gross pay adjustments Prepare various payroll reports Make tax deposits Process and distribute payroll liabilities (AIP) Serve as backup to primary staff OTHER DUTIES: All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description The Community Property Representative will provide the Housing Authority's primary interface with tenants at our various properties. Community Property Representative's may reside at the designated property and will be responsible for monitoring the property for security issues, ensuring that the property is maintained in accordance to standards, reporting and/or correcting maintenance problems, showing units, and assisting with inspections. While most of the work is done during normal business hours, this position is expected to be on call after business hours and on the weekends, and may have call out responsibilities at other properties as necessary. Essential Areas of Responsibility ESSENTIAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY General Property Management Collect delinquent rents Draft notices including lease violations, 3-day and 30 day notices Prepare weekly and daily reports, resident communication and move-in/move/out processes Show vacant units to perspective tenants as requested by the central office staff, secure vacant units, and provide vacancy update to central staff Document and communicate tenant complaints and requests to Regional Community Manager and Central Office Report maintenance problems as needed including submitting online maintenance requests Orient and instruct new tenants on property operations and appliance/equipment operation Assist in organizing, planning and implementing unit inspections and resident activities Maintain tenant list Enforce all property rules including parking/valid vehicle registration requirements Update signage, maintain front door entry programming and alarm system information Maintain calendars for community rooms and distribute and post notices and announcements. Respond to alarms (such as fire and nurse pull alarms) and resolve or refer emergencies to appropriate personnel and authorities Inform Regional Community Manager and Central Office staff of potential or actual tenant lease violations Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with tenant, co-workers and management Attend resident meetings and trainings as required Place recycling bins in parking lots before pick-u, and return bins after pick-up Respond to telephone calls and emails in a timely manner Provide cover for other Property Community Managers at other sites during absences Participate in the annual income certification process for existing and new residents including scheduling appointments, collecting documentation, completing, filing and scanning certification paperwork Process incoming rents in Yardi Daily and Weekly Community Upkeep Walk the full property at the start and end of each day and note any maintenance needs, hazardous conditions, graffiti, or lease violations. Report on the daily log and submit to Regional Community Manager and Central Office corrective action items May perform general light custodial work including picking up debris in common areas Ensure that property maintains attractive "curb appeal" at all times. Education & Experience Education/Experience High school diploma or general education and one year related experience in property management Property Management experience preferably consists of 50 units or more and with affordable housing (tax credit) required. Experience providing customer service/ and working with social services programs preferred Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing Job Duties & Responsibilities As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION : To work at an advanced level, with limited supervision, maintaining and repairing Agency residential and commercial buildings and maintaining grounds and landscaped areas of Agency facilities SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the Maintenance Supervisor Receives lead direction from Maintenance Coordinator Receives functional guidance from higher level staff Provides technical and directional guidance and training to other maintenance staff Essential Areas of Responsibility The Maintenance Worker performs a variety of skilled maintenance functions which may include: Prioritize work orders and create schedules Provide back-up workforce when needed Inspect units for HUD compliance and/or unit turnover maintenance and repair Ensure proper materials and supplies are maintained and stored Assist supervisor in monitoring quality control Provide training and direction for staff Monitor work performance of other maintenance workers on a project-by-project basis and report status to supervisor regularly Use a computer or hand-held device to input job data, code and track invoices, write correspondence and prepare reports Perform duties on an "on-call" status Job Preparation Maintain inventory and order supplies Stock work vehicle with needed supplies and equipment Test, clean and repair tools and equipment Make recommendations on purchases of new equipment and supplies Maintain records and logs of work General Facility Upkeep and Maintenance Work independently, as assigned, to: Complete repairs, such as plumbing, electrical, roofing, appliances and HVAC Repair and hang prepped doors, furniture, counter tops, cabinets, shelving, floor tile and other carpentry items Patch, touch up, paint and finish dry wall and other interior and exterior surfaces Repair and replace locks and hardware Repair or replace windows and doors and coverings such as screens, blinds and drapes Manage electronic systems such as, but not limited to, gate controllers, call systems, video surveillance, and alarms Deliver and install appliances Maintain work vehicle Operate and maintain hand and power tools and equipment Identify major maintenance needs and report to appropriate staff Respond to tenant lock-outs and other emergencies Site & Grounds Maintenance Remove concrete and builds forms; mix and pour to replace concrete Fill holes and patch asphalt Check, install and rebuild sprinkler and other irrigation systems Plant, water, mow, edge and care for lawns Plant, cultivate, prune and water shrubs, trees, flowers and other plants Hoe, rake and sweep weeds and garden debris Pick up trash and debris and take to landfill/transfer station Trim and remove trees and branches Clean off and repair roofs, gutters and downspouts Repair or replace benches, tables, fences, signs, playground equipment and related structures Operate power equipment Education & Experience Any combination of experience and education that would be likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities could be qualifying, as determined by the Agency. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience - Three (3) years experience and proficiency in general maintenance repair work such as glazing, plumbing, electrical, roofing, appliances; HVAC; repair, carpentry such as install doors, furniture, counter top, cabinets, shelving, floor tile, and other carpentry items; hang tape, patch, texture paint, stain drywall and other interior surfaces; repair and install locks and hardware; repair or replace windows and doors and coverings such as screens, blinds and drapes along with emphasis on writing and communication skills Education - Graduation from an accredited high school, or possession of an equivalent certificate or diploma recognized by the State of California (e.g. G.E.D.). College courses in construction technology or a related field are desirable. Licenses and Certificates : Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Other Requirements : Will be required to take and successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination. Will be required to drive an Agency vehicle during the course of employment. Job Duties & Responsibilities REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Knowledge of : Methods, materials, tools and practices used in the painting, plumbing, carpentry, heating, air conditioning, and electrical trades. Occupational hazard and safety considerations and precautions of the building, electrical or mechanical trades. Standard practices, processes, and material involved in trades related to building maintenance. Correct use of oral and written English. Ability to : Demonstrate good customer service skills. Make accurate estimates of time and materials required for repair and maintenance work. Keep simple records and make reports. Meet the public effectively and give information regarding grounds and building facilities and Agency regulations. Use and care for tools and equipment employed in the building, electrical, masonry or mechanical trades. E stablish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, residents, contractors, and the general public. Follow oral and written instructions. Communicate both orally and in writing. Read, understand, and apply Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS). Use a computer or hand-held device to input job data, code and track invoices, write correspondence and prepare reports. Lift heavy objects such as refrigerators or ranges into and out of trucks or other carriers with the assistance of other maintenance staff. Perform manual labor throughout the work day. Physical Abilities and Work Environment : Must have the ability to drive a motor vehicle, work indoors or outdoors in a variety of weather conditions. Requires frequent walking, standing, and repetitive use of hands. Occasional physical activities such as sitting, bending, climbing stairs and ladders, squatting, kneeling, working in limited spaces, crawling, stooping, stretching, twisting at the neck and waist, working in awkward and confined spaces, and working at heights. Occasionally lifts and carries items of up to 50 lbs to chest height. Frequently walks over uneven ground. Handles a variety of chemical compounds and solvents used in the cleaning equipment and housing units. Physical and Emotional Demands : The physical demands described here are representative o f those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The inability to cope with a stressful work environment does not constitute a protected disability. Special Working Conditions: Able to work effectively in a fast paced environment. Must be able to report to work on a regular and reliable basis. Must be able to attend meetings and trainings offsite. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, more than 50 pounds with assistance. Specific vi sion abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Exposure to blood borne pathogens. Occasional on-call responsibilities. Amount of Time Categories Never 0 hours Occasionally less to or equal to 3 hours Frequently 3 to 6 hours Constantly 6-8 hours Physical Activity: Amount of Time: Activity: Amount of Time: Balancing Occasionally Lifting/Carrying/ Pushing/Pulling Constantly Bending/Twisting of Back Frequently Reaching Frequently Climbing Occasionally Repetitive Motions Frequently Crawling Occasionally Seeing Constantly Fine Motor Skills Constantly Sitting Occasionally Grasping/Gripping Constantly Standing Constantly Hearing Constantly Talking Frequently Keyboard/Mousing Occasionally Walking Constantly Kneeling/ Crouching Occasionally Mental Activity: Amount of Time: Activity: Amount of Time: Communicate Verbally Frequently Read/Comprehend Occasionally Critical Thinking Frequently Reason and Analyze Frequently Performing Calculations Occasionally Writing Occasionally Environmental Activity: Amount of Time: Activity: Amount of Time: Drives motorized equipment or vehicles Noise level typical of an office Occasionally How frequently are you required to perform work outdoors? Frequently Noise level that requires you to raise your voice to speak to someone 3 feet away Occasionally Is around moving machinery Frequently Work environment is typical of: Maintenance shop Resident units Other building maintenance areas Maintenance areas outdoors Shared time across multiple environments Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of t his job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. PROBATIONARY PERIOD: Employees hired into this classification shall service an initial probationary period of twenty-six (26) weeks of full-time service employment. This twenty-six (26) week period will be used to determine if performance of the employee is satisfactory and if employment should be continued. OTHER DUTIES : All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader. Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description Classification: EXEMPT The Finance Manager performs highly responsible administrative and professional accounting work; supervises and provides professional and technical guidance to accounting staff; assists in the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report; researches and analyzes difficult and highly technical transactions; and maintains fiscal accountability for programs funded by grants and other methods. Incumbents exhibit a high level of expertise in terms of knowledge, skills and abilities. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Generally accepted governmental accounting and auditing principles and practices (GAAP) Principles of supervision, training, and performance management Relevant State and Federal laws and regulations PC hardware and software capabilities and accounting applications Principles of financial administration, including budgeting, financial reporting, data processing and purchasing Principles of governmental accounting as applied to complex funds of all types Business office practices, procedures, methods and equipment Federal entitlement programs like Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) are a plus. Housing Authority operations and reporting requirements are a plus Skill in: Preparation and documentation of complex accounting transactions Multi-tasking and time management Use of computers, computer applications, and accounting- related solutions Identification and implementation of adequate internal controls Accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll Accounting for enterprise and governmental funds a plus Previous Housing Authority experience a plus Ability to: Analyze and interpret financial and accounting records Prepare financial statements and reports according to GAAP Design and install new and improved complex accounting and record keeping systems, both manual and computer-based Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff and management throughout the Agency, and with external auditors Plan, assign, and supervise the work of subordinates Evaluate compliance with Federal, State and Local laws and regulations Work independently and/or as a team member Work in stressful situations and under strict deadlines Communicate effectively in both oral and written form with Agency officials, representatives of outside agencies, and the public; prepare and present complex narrative and statistical reports, correspondence, and other written materials to both large and small groups Prioritize workload efficiently, without direct instruction, to meet deadlines under changing conditions; coordinate multiple projects; make sound decisions under pressure Acquire subject-matter expertise and facilitate groups in the area of work assigned Work effectively with sensitive and confidential information in a political environment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Essential Areas of Responsibility Agency Management Program Managers share responsibilities for implementing Agency-wide objectives and directives through programs and practices which reflect the Vision Statement and the SHRA in-house cultural objectives. Program Managers are responsible for supporting a "one agency" perspective while acting as advocates for their work units. Program Managers support the Executive Team as they: Implement organization-wide goals and cross department projects and objectives Offer input and feedback to long range, strategic and budget planning processes Maintain both a department and an organization-wide perspective when considering information, issues and challenges Model the Agency's service orientation with all public, elected or funding agency representatives Conduct business through cross department participation and review, two way communication and accountability Operational Duties Supervises, plans, assigns, monitors, evaluates and provides professional and technical guidance to accounting staff Maintains professional competence Reviews and applies new or revised laws, regulations, and accounting standards Participates in the management team to plan, organize, direct, problem solve, and provide leadership to the staff in order to accomplish the objective of the department Maintains high quality work products and professionalism Assists in the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) Assists in the preparation of annual budget Assists with the preparation of the cost allocation plan Periodically attends evening meetings, including presentation of financial information and responses to governing board inquiries. Staff Supervision Model supervisory strategies and approaches that support Agency objectives in all aspects of staff communication and supervision. Supervisory duties include the responsibility to: Provide new employee orientation and training Direct professional, technical and clerical personnel Ensure that assigned staff has appropriate equipment and knowledge of procedures for implementing the work objectives Monitor and maintain the level of productivity in the unit or department Assure quality of service to the internal and/or external customer base Establish performance objectives and provide ongoing feedback Write and conduct performance reviews that communicate both honest assessment and clear goals and objectives Communicate management's position, Agency information and work changes to employees Comply with Agency policies and practices when acting on or reviewing personnel-related issues including, but not limited to: staff selection, time off requests, overtime requests, employee complaints and concerns, and termination Education & Experience EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, business administration or closely related field. Specialized training in municipal or governmental accounting is preferred. CPA or MBA is a plus. Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible accounting or financial auditing experience, with at least two years of the required experience in a supervisory or managerial capacity. Experience with managing financials for tax credit properties. Experience processing Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, and Payroll are highly desirable. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Dec 17, 2021
Full Time
Description To perform specialized and skilled work in the installation, repair, and maintenance of alarm, electronic and utility systems; to assign, direct, and oversee the work of subordinate employees and/or outside contractors; and to perform related duties as required. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the Director of Public Housing Receives functional guidance from higher level staff Essential Areas of Responsibility Technical Maintains, and repairs systems for utilities distribution such as antenna hook-ups; fire protection; alarms; telephones, intercoms; automatic gates, emergency lighting and telephones and all security monitoring systems. Inspects buildings for safety components; accompanies fire department inspectors on rounds; and maintains current information on regulations for fire safety and elevator operation. Plans, organizes, assigns, and directs the work of assigned staff on a project-by-project basis. Monitors maintenance service contracts for compliance; maintains trouble logs and initiates corrective actions to insure the safe operations of life safety systems, elevators, and other contracts as assigned. Provides advice and consultation to Agency technical and maintenance staff regarding various utility systems; their installation and distribution. Reviews blueprints and plans for new construction and advises on utility system installations; attends pre-construction conferences; inspects complexes under construction. Performs a variety of general repairs and miscellaneous tasks; installs signs, special devices for handicapped persons such as flashing doorbells for the hearing impaired, and installs office equipment. Project Implementation Reviews building security plans and specifications for field feasibility and compliance with codes and regulations Inspects related procured jobs for approval of payment Works from blueprints, drawings, plans and penciled sketches Complies with fire, ADA, safety, and applicable codes and adhere to industry standards and secure permits as necessary Evaluates and estimates jobs, time and material costs Researches and procure materials and equipment Coordinates work with other project workers and/or vendors Designs and maintains emergency and fire evacuation plans and programs Establishes and maintains the constant in house monitoring of all essential fire and alarm systems. Support Establishes and maintains various files, records, and logs and prepares reports. Writes procedures, memoranda, work orders, and requisitions as necessary. Prepares PNF's justifications and project specifications for all system related work bids Education & Experience Experience - Three (3) years related experience with installation, repair, and maintenance of alarm, electronic and utility systems. Education - Graduation from an accredited high school, or possession of an equivalent certificate or diploma recognized by the State of California (e.g. G.E.D.). College courses in construction technology or a related field are desirable. Licenses & Certifications Must have the ability to obtain any license, certification, or any other mandated training as directed by the Local Fire District or State Fire Marshall Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Other Requirements : May be required to take and successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination. Will be required to drive an Agency vehicle during the course of employment. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Job Duties & Responsibilities PROBATIONARY PERIOD: Employees hired into this classification shall service an initial probationary period of twenty-six (26) weeks of full-time service employment. This twenty-six (26) week period will be used to determine if performance of the employee is satisfactory and if employment should be continued. OTHER DUTIES : All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader. Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) Sacramento, CA, United States
Dec 10, 2021
Full Time
Description Under close and general supervision, learns and performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled manual work in the construction, maintenance, and grounds keeping. Maintenance Worker Apprentice is the entry-level class where individuals possessing basic and safety skills and the ability to learn are assigned to work crews and provided with the training experience required to promote to Maintenance Worker after completing a minimum of 1 year in the 2-year program. Incumbents possess some basic maintenance experience upon hire and receive training in maintenance practices as well as in the operation of a variety of power tools and light equipment within their area of assignment. Apprentices will work alongside other maintenance personnel, as well as independently, learning the necessary skills and processes that are required for promotion to a Maintenance Worker position. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND SUPPORT/GUIDANCE EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the Facilities Coordinator and Maintenance Supervisor, may receive general guidance and instruction from any level of maintenance including Maintenance Coordinators and Maintenance Workers as assigned. Essential Areas of Responsibility During the program, your training experiences will include: Appliance repair and installation, including, but not limited to washer/dryers, ranges, microwaves & refrigerators. Drywall installation & Painting best practices. Basic Electrical, including the use of a multimeter, lock out/tag out procedures, de-energizing electrical systems, GFCI installation, replacement of electrical switches, lighting ballasts & more. Basic HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) diagnostics and repairs. Door and Windows replacement. In addition, there will be a focus on replacing entry locks, installing applicable hardware and instruction on how locks are replaced/rekeyed and how keys are cut. How to measure for installation counter-tops and cabinets, as well as how to repair and or replace missing or broken elements of countertops and cabinets. Soft skills such as how to have positive vendor relations, how to perform a quality maintenance inspection, following proper office procedures, what on-call responsibilities are and other non-maintenance skills needed to be a fully-rounded maintenance professional. Basic Plumbing diagnosis and repair. Upon training completion, a maintenance apprentice will be able to properly install and repair angle stops, shut-off valves, garbage disposals, water supply lines, water heaters and other items related to a fundamental understanding of plumbing. May be required to drive to various sites to perform maintenance duties, attend meetings, or for other duties as assigned. Utilize Agency computers, tablets, cell phones, etc. to view work orders, document work per department requirements, submit reports, respond to email, complete online training, etc. A maintenance apprentice must successfully complete a minimum of 1 year in the 2-year apprenticeship program in order to pass the program. In addition, a maintenance apprentice must be able to demonstrate these competencies prior to or on graduation from the apprenticeship: Safe work practices and knowledge of emergency procedures Proper use of tools and equipment o Independent completion of vacant unit turns o Independent completion of work order requests Complete comprehension of on-call responsibilities Timely and accurate completion of a Daily Training Task Log(s) Demonstrate ownership for the daily appearance and upkeep of the property Engage with a sense of professionalism with residents and vendors Adhere to all company policies and procedures Maintenance Apprentice will be evaluated by the department head to determine if they may promote to a Maintenance Worker position after completion of the 2-year apprentice program. The department head may evaluate the Maintenance Apprentice after the completion of 1 year in the program. If the apprentice does not meet these requirements, he/she may be released from the probationary apprentice program or possibly assigned to an equivalent position at the Agency's discretion and the availability of such a position. Education & Experience Individual who successfully completed 1 -2 years in a Resident Trainee Program or has a minimum 2-year experience in maintenance, construction, or grounds keeping. Licenses and Certificates: Must possess and maintain an applicable California Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the Agency's insurance carrier. Job Duties & Responsibilities Physical and Emotional Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The inability to cope with a stressful work environment does not constitute a protected disability. Special Working Conditions: Able to work effectively in a fast paced environment. Must be able to report to work on a regular and reliable basis. Must be able to attend meetings and trainings offsite. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds, more than 30 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Use one or two hands to grasp, move or assemble objects. Use fingers to grasp, move, or assemble very small objects. Move two or more limbs together while remaining in place. Make quick, precise adjustments to machine controls. Coordinate movement of several parts of the body, such as arms and legs, with the body is moving. Hold the arm and hand in one position or the hold the hand steady while moving the arm. Exposure to blood borne pathogens. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is varied and typical of a maintenance shop. Other Requirements: May be required to take and successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous