From our Network, Job Postings – 7/17/19
Director of Property and Asset Management at Housing Trust of Rutland County
The Housing Trust of Rutland County (HTRC), a nonprofit housing development and management organization, based in Rutland, Vermont is seeking a strong, motivated leader for the position of Director of Property & Asset Management. The Director of Property & Asset Management will be tasked with effectively and responsibly leading efforts to ensure the financial health and performance of a portfolio of 370 units, and the long-term care and preservation of the physical condition of those real estate assets.
The successful candidate will lead the property management and maintenance team and motivate that team to meet organizational goals; will develop and monitor property operational and capital budgets; will develop asset management plans, and oversee the implementation of those plans; will design and oversee systems and procedures necessary to ensure compliance with all federal and state regulations; and will forge strong collaborations with local service providers to support the success of our residents.
The candidate for this position must possess strong leadership, organizational, problem-solving, planning and analytical skills. Bachelor’s Degree required; seven years of experience in midmanagement leadership preferred. Nonprofit housing experience preferred. Send cover letter and resume to EDelong@housingrutland.org. EOE
Intake/Client Services Specialist at Vermont State Housing Authority
Make a difference by helping Vermont individuals & families with their housing needs. Join the professional team at the Vermont State Housing Authority, a statewide affordable housing provider. Position open for an organized, reliable individual to perform a variety of administrative & technical support to the overall day-to-day program division operations. Position is office based in Montpelier & involves telephone communication & public contact work. Must be able to multitask & work in a fast-paced environment, independently or as part of a team. $17.41/hour plus benefits. For full position details, visit our web site at www.vsha.org. Cover letter & resume to HR, VSHA, One Prospect Street, Montpelier, VT 05602-3556. VSHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Field Representative at Vermont State Housing Authority
Make a difference by helping individuals and families with their housing needs. Vermont State Housing Authority, a statewide affordable housing provider, has an exciting opportunity for a professional individual to join their dedicated team. Responsibilities include field operations for Section 8/McKinney funded housing rental programs in Chittenden County. Work with clients, landlords, community organizations; mediate issues; administer and enforce contracts with property owners; perform annual reexaminations of tenants and inspections of units under the program. Individual will be home-based and must reside in Chittenden County. Extensive driving required. For full position details, requirements and qualifications, visit www.vsha.org. Cover letter and resume to: HR, VSHA, 1 Prospect St., Montpelier, VT 05602-3556. VSHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
AmeriCorps Youth Engagement Coordinator at Vermont Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs
This position will help build youth leadership in Vermont’s response to youth homelessness through supporting the Youth Action Board (YAB) of the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program/ Vermont Coalition to End Homelessness, coordinated by VCRHYP. The Youth Action Board is comprised of people aged 14-25 across the state who have experienced homelessness, precarious housing, or high system involvement. This is a reduced part-time position of approximately 14 hours a week with a one year commitment.
The Youth Engagement Coordinator will:
build capacity for the YAB through member recruitment and retention,
help YAB develop and implement an action plan,
connect YAB members to resources and opportunities,
build strong support for the YAB
develop opportunities for YAB to share their work and educate community members,
help represent YAB at statewide meetings,
coordinate and support regular YAB meetings,
support YAB co-chairs’ facilitation, and
conduct statewide outreach through social media.
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must be at least 21 years old and have a reliable car and have car insurance. A car is mandatory for this position for transporting Youth Action Board members. Mileage is reimbursed.
$5,600 living allowance for service term
$2,321 education award that can be used for qualified student loans or continuing education
Loan forbearance/deferment for qualified student loans
Extensive professional development opportunities
Mileage for service-related travel when in service
For more info, visit www.vermontyouthamericorps.org or email email@example.com.