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The below statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified.
Section 8 Specialist I
Section 8 Specialist I is responsible for the operation of assigned Section 8 Housing Programs ensuring these programs are administered according to Federal regulations and agency policies and procedures. This includes taking the client from eligibility, providing a Section 8 orientation to clients and new landlords, preparing lease up documents, computer input, performing unit inspections as necessary, performing renewals as required, conducting file/computer audits for accuracy and mediating landlord/client disputes. This position requires a thorough knowledge of individual programs, landlord/tenant relations, residential housing inspection capabilities and record keeping. Position is required to pass rent calculation exam if selected.
High School diploma or equivalent and four years paid professional experience in housing programs, residential property management, apartment management or related work. Education beyond high school may be substituted for two years’ experience. Must pass a HUD required background check.
Knowledge of basic HUD regulations and experience working with low income, elderly or disabled individuals and ability to speak and understand a foreign language is desired.
Pay starts at $15.39 per hour, based on experience, plus a comprehensive benefits package.
Maintenance Worker II
Maintenance Worker II position performs maintenance necessary to the overall appearance and quality of the property, maintain community curb appeal and, including, but not limited to, unit turns, work orders, and maintaining grounds. Minimum qualifications include five years paid work experience in apartment building maintenance. Education in a building trade may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. This position is subject to being on-call.
Requirements: Awareness of Fair Housing Laws and Privacy Act. Experience in diagnosing problems, painting, drywall, plumbing, electrical, appliance repair/install, and seasonal maintenance is essential. May be required to move, and/or lift up to 100 pounds. Possession of a valid Utah driver's license and have dependable vehicle.
Pay is $16.00 an hour, plus a comprehensive benefits package.
Activities Coordinator/Case Manager I
This is for a full-time swing shift position, Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30 am - 7:00 pm.
The Activities Coordinator/Case Manager I is responsible for the delivery of homelessness prevention and housing stabilization services to formerly homeless residents. The position calls for delivery of services to residents by establishing relationships with community service providers; providing information and referral assistance to residents; intervening in resident crises by contacting appropriate agency for services; providing eviction prevention services; coordinating activities that develop community; and coordinating occupational opportunities for residents.
Bachelor's degree in a social or human service field and least two years' experience working with individuals who are low income, homeless or disabled are required. Must be able to work well with other employees, residents and the public under varying circumstances while interpreting and implement policies, procedures and regulations.
Pay is $18.76 per hour with excellent benefits.
Part-time Front Desk Assistant/Night Manager I
Part-time Front Desk Assistant/Night Manager I monitors property and responsible for safety and security of building and facilities. Reports problems or potential problems to appropriate personnel. Reports all pertinent information on shift report. Maintains a professional and courteous relationship with the residents. Maintains professional boundaries. De-escalates volatile situations with courteous and respectful language. Promptly records and reports all needed repairs and problem areas to appropriate staff. Responds to emergency situations by calling 911 as situation requires. Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications include: Equivalent of a high school education. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Ability to work well with the public and residents under varying circumstances and relate and communicate with persons from all socio-economic, ethnic and racial backgrounds. Must function effectively in stressful situations. Ability to maintain confidentiality, understand resident rules of occupancy, be a team player and work independently. Must be reliable and dependable.
One year direct experience working with the disabled, veterans, low income or homeless individuals. Experience in security, social services or apartment management including customer service is a plus.Pay is $11.70 hourly. This is a part-time position. Coverage needed is 24 hours; therefor available hours will be discussed with those selected for an interview.
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