New job PUBLIC HOUSING SUPERVISOR V - OAHU in Hawaii
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PUBLIC HOUSING SUPERVISOR V - OAHU
Company : State of Hawaii
Salary : $5,178 - $6,299 a month
Location : Hawaii
Recruitment Number 21-0451
The immediate vacancy is with the Department of Human Services and located in Halawa to Kalihi.
THIS JOB POSTING WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 30 APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. PLEASE APPLY IMMEDIATELY AS THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME.
Salary: $5,178 to $6,299 per month (SR-24, Step C to H)
Note: Hiring rates will be based on availability of funds, the applicant's qualifications, and other relevant factors.
Manages the operations of a public housing project or projects. This includes planning, organizing and coordination of project operations; investigating tenant complaints and difficulties, fostering and establishing working relationships with community groups and other agencies for the benefit of the residents and the Hawaii Public Housing Authority; developing tenant recreation and social activities; inspecting property to ascertain the need for repairs; and performing other related duties as assigned.
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Basic Education: A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university.
Specialized Experience: Two and one-half years of professional experience in one or a combination of A or B below:
A. Progressively responsible work which required participation in, or the conduct of, most of the operational activities normally associated with housing projects, including such activities as:
1) Development and implementation of local policies, procedures and work plans;
2) Supervision and training of subordinate personnel;
3) Budgetary control and fiscal management of funds and expenditures related to project operations, maintenance and repair of project facilities, etc.;
4) Evaluation of operating and maintenance costs and practices to obtain maximum efficiency and economy;
5) Rental and occupancy activities involving tenant selection, dwelling unit assignment, surveys of local rent and utility rates, setting and/or collecting rents and charges; and
6) Community and tenant relations including development of cooperative dealings and harmonious relationships, adjustment of complaints, assistance on problems of health, safety, recreation and social welfare needs of tenants.
B. Progressively responsible work in real property management as an employee or agent of a real estate firm, bank, insurance company, etc., engaged in the control and conduct of multiple unit residential housing operations, private housing developments, shopping centers, etc. Such work must have provided the applicant with a knowledge of, and experience in most of the following activities:
1) Establishment of rent schedules;
2) Property rental, lease negotiation and preparation;
3) Property maintenance and repair which included responsibility for the efficient and economical maintenance of the property and the protection of the owner's investment through property inspections and effecting needed repairs and alterations; and
4) Fund management; i.e., the installation and maintenance of fiscal accountability control procedures and records to reflect income and expenses.
Supervisory or Staff Experience: One year of professional experience in one or a combination of A or B below:
A. Experience which included: 1) planning, organizing, scheduling, and directing the work of others; 2) assigning and reviewing their work; 3) advising them on difficult work problems; 4) training and developing subordinates; and 5) evaluating their work performance.
B. Experience in the field of public housing, real property management, or related fields as a staff specialist which involved work such as conducting studies and making recommendations for the development or revision of standards, policies, procedures and techniques pertaining to a program or activity; giving technical advice and direction; gathering data to determine conformance with standards and requirements; conducting special studies; recommending staff improvements and developing training materials. Also, work experience which involved securing the cooperation and support of private and public agencies and community organizations to promote, develop and maintain an understanding of public housing goals and objectives and the role public housing projects play in the total pattern of community organization; collecting and analyzing data on present and projected manpower needs and on employee training programs to meet manpower needs; and evaluating standards, policies, procedures and techniques pertaining to public housing activities.
Substitutions Allowed: Relevant substitutions as described in the Minimum Qualification Requirements, will apply.