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Oportunidades de Empleo

Únete al equipo

Únete a la Autoridad de Vivienda de la Ciudad de Laredo en la búsqueda de proporcionar viviendas seguras, decentes y sanitarias a sus comunidades. Le animamos que forme parte de nuestro equipo y beneficiarse de nuestra compensación competitiva, un excelente paquete de beneficios y un ambiente de trabajo agradable.

LHA provee a todos los empleados permanentes a tiempo completo con Seguro Médico despues de dos (2) meses con la Agencia y un Plan de Retiro, Seguro de Vida, Licencia Anual y Licencia de Enfermedad al completar su período de prueba de seis (6) meses.

Aplicaciones

Las solicitudes de empleo están disponibles en la Autoridad de Vivienda del Edificio de Administración de la Ciudad de Laredo, 2do Piso.

También puede descargar la aplicación en este sitio web y presentar en persona, fax o correo electrónico.

Las solicitudes, curriculum vitae, u otra documentación pueden ser enviadas por correo electrónico, fax, correo postal o en persona de lunes a viernes entre las 8am-12pm y 1pm-5pm en:

Housing Authority of the City of Laredo
2000 San Francisco Ave.
Laredo, Texas 78040
956.722.4521
956.722.6561 (fax)

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Beneficios

Seguro de salud

La Autoridad de Vivienda proporciona y cubre el 100% del Seguro de Salud a través de Blue Cross Blue Shield de Texas. Un plan de compra está disponible.

Plan de Retiro

Los empleados de LHA reciben un plan de jubilación a través de Housing Authority Retirement Trust (HART). La Autoridad de Vivienda contribuye el 9% de los salarios reales del empleado a su plan. Los empleados son responsables de contribuir el 2% de su salario bruto hacia su propio plan.

Seguro de Vida

La Autoridad de Vivienda proporciona un Seguro de Vida de dos veces (2x) el salario del empleado. Se puede comprar cobertura adicional.

Dias Anual/ Enfermedad

Tiempo para licencia anual y de enfermedad se acumulan a los seis (6) meses de la fecha de contratación. Cada período de pago un empleado ganará cuatro (4) horas de anual y cuatro (4) horas de enfermedad.

Beneficios Elegidos

Los empleados de LHA pueden optar por adquirir una cobertura de seguro adicional de las pólizas ofrecidas:

  • Visión
  • Dental
  • Vida
  • Cáncer
  • Muerte Accidental / Desmembramiento
  • Air Evac Equipo vital
  • Legal Shield
  • Discapacidad de corto plazo

Opción de Depósito Directo

El depósito directo es una opción bancaria que permite la transferencia de fondos sin la molestia asociada con los cheques de papel. Este es un servicio gratuito que nos permite depositar el cheque de pago directamente en su cuenta personal de cheques o de ahorros. Descargue y entregue este formulario a nuestro departamento de finanzas.

Formulario de Depósito Directo

Posiciones disponibles

Chief Accountant
Reports To: Director of Finance
Department / Division: Finance
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Date: December 22, 2017
Position Summary
Responsible for assisting in the development of financial analysis, reporting, and internal control practices for all managed property. Responsible for maintaining the general ledger of the Agency’s funds, contracts, and financial matters involving receipts, expenditures, and surpluses. Incumbent must have strong accounting knowledge and proven ability to independently manage projects. The duties listed below are illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements regarding duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment in association with this position
The Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed. The duties herein are representative of the essential functions of this job. This job description reflects management’s assignment of functions; however, it does not prescribe or restrict tasks that may be assigned. Nothing in this document restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time. The qualifications listed above are guidelines, other combinations of education and experience that could provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job may be considered at the discretion of the Executive Director.
Employment with the Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is on an “at-will” basis. Nothing in this document is intended to create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, and does not constitute a promise of continued employment.
Disclaimer: The above statements describe the general nature, level, and type of work performed by the incumbent(s) assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, demands, and skills required of personnel so classified. Job descriptions are not intended to and do not imply or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person or persons. Management reserves the right to add, delete, or modify and/or all provisions of this description at any time as needed without notice. This job description supersedes earlier versions.
Construction Buyer
Reports To: Procurement Officer
Department / Division: Finance/Procurement
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Date: January 4, 2018
Position Summary
Responsible for purchasing, contracting, and budgeting for the Russell Terrance Revitalization Project and other construction projects. Exercises judgement in assessing compliance with complex procedural requirements. Ensures compliance with all federal and state regulatory requirements. Within these functional areas this position is responsible for performance that positively contributes to the Agency receiving satisfactory ratings in HUD Agency performance evaluation systems, such as Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS), Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP), or other future HUD evaluation systems. The duties listed below are illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements regarding duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment in association with this position.
Duties and Responsibilities
Undertakes and performs the following and all other work-related duties as assigned.
  1. Prepares, reviews and maintains construction contract files and records for all projects.
  2. Verifies contract completeness, appropriate signatures and may assign contract number; establishes contract tracking systems; verifies and reviews contractor reporting, contract task and change orders prepared by property managers to maintain accurate contract records, files and documentation;
  3. Assists property managers with the preparation of project budget and financial status reports.
  4. Prepares reports; verifies and compiles the necessary information to complete the reports and submits to HUD within the appropriate deadlines; prepares records for HUD and state auditors as directed.
  5. Creates requisitions for purchases and processes payment request forms for construction and professional services contracts.
  6. Reviews and codes professional and construction-related contract invoices for accuracy; prepares and codes check requests for approval; reviews and codes utility and permit check requests for approval.
  7. Researches products and vendors; gathers and compiles information from staff; tracks, records, and processes invoices for payments
  8. Reviews Purchase Requisitions and the applicable policy, regulation, code, or law, and chooses the Method of Procurement (Small Purchase, Competitive Solicitation, Invitation for Bid (IFB), Request for Quotation (RFQ), Request for Proposal (RFP), Qualifications-Based Selection (QBS), and Sole Source) related to any construction project.
  9. Plans, and coordinates all purchasing functions to ensure acquisitions of proper equipment, materials, supplies, and services to meet project and Agency needs.
  10. Oversees the procurement activities for outside contract work, ensuring competitive bids are received and reviewed for adherence to construction budget, procedural, and technical requirements. Responsible for evaluating construction contract files for compliance with HUD regulations and preparing appropriate forms, letters, and documents accordingly.
  11. Determines competence of vendors and ensures contractual delivery and financial compliance.
  12. Interacts with contractors and develops, plans, implements procedures, and prepares scope of work for the contracts of professional services to ensure conformity to Agency criteria and HUD requirements as appropriate.
  13. Coordinates fact-finding sessions, evaluations, conferences, pre-award conferences, post-award conferences, and negotiation sessions.
  14. Requests approval for bid and/or contract award and negotiates, develops, administers, and reviews contractual agreements to meet Agency needs.
  15. Represents the agency in meetings with contractors to ensure a clear understanding of what is required for performance.
  16. Maintains contract milestone dates and contract costs to ensure compliance with budgets.
  17. Recommends or issues changes to the contract, highlighting conditions that could jeopardize contract performance. Makes recommendations on problems of production, delivery, Agency-furnished property, quality assurance acceptance, or other areas affecting the contract.
  18. Monitors work performed and notifies contractors in writing of contract deficiencies identified and advises contractors of consequences of not complying with contract terms and general condition items.
  19. Performs work related to the management, review, analysis, and/or interpretation of construction procurement statutes, regulations, policy, concepts, guidance, or procedures for use in the solution of problems or the accomplishment of projects or programs. Develops and issues Agency-wide construction contracting policies and procedures in accordance with Federal, State, HUD Rules and Regulations.
  20. Prepares reports of work orders, contract expenses and maintenance hours worked reports; researches irregularities and communicates directives to field offices as applicable.
  21. Maintains and collects certified contractor payroll records; develops and provides contractor training for timely and accurate submittal of forms; reviews and approves certified payroll submittals for compliance with the Davis Bacon regulations, completeness, and consistency; processes release of retainage upon receiving all clearances from state agencies and signed retention release approval from accounting. May interview workers at work-sites.
  22. Responsible for establishing, coordinating or directing performance for a variety of diverse programs for Minority, Woman, Business, Enterprise Program (MWBE), HUD Section 3 and U.S Labor Wage rate requirements and verification.
  23. Provides training and support to site based staff on regulations, policies and procedures, reporting, and financial reconciliations, contracting requirements and pricing; communicates procurement policy changes and make new requirements known to office staff.
  24. Researches and gathers requested statistics to prepare management reports; researches and analyzes policies and procedures for the department.
Education and Experience
Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with concentration in accounting, business administration, or closely related field or five (5) years of increasingly responsible purchasing experience with a hardware supplier or other large scale residential maintenance operation or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge and Skills
  1. Must be thoroughly knowledgeable in all areas of Federal, State and local procurement rules and regulations; State Public Bidding Statutes as applicable, Agency’s Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) with HUD and COFAR 2-C.F.R.-200.
  2. Knowledge of the principles of fiscal and budget management as applied to the procurement process and site budgets.
  3. Knowledge of construction program requirements or technical needs sufficient to aid in procurement planning and in describing technical requirements which include complex and diversified services and supplies, such as procurement transactions to meet the requirements for facilities, equipment or technical services.
  4. Ability to research and apply laws, regulations, and policies.
  5. Knowledge of Architect and Engineering Services and contracts.
  6. Knowledge of lease and sale of real property and historic property.
  7. Knowledge of Federal Appropriation Laws.
  8. Knowledge of market trends.
  9. Ability to analyze and make sound, accurate recommendations on assigned program operations and initiatives.
  10. Ability to provide advisory services to management to include creative solutions.
  11. High level of communication, leadership and supervisory skills.
  12. Computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), office machines, including calculator.
  13. Advanced ability to understand and apply fundamental concepts of theories, work with advanced mathematical operations methods, and functions of real and complex variables.
  14. Ability to establish and maintain effective, professional and tactful working relationships with co-workers and persons outside the Agency.
Supervision Received and Given
The employee receives directions from the Procurement Officer. Courses of action, deadlines and priorities are established by policy, procedure, rule, regulation or the Procurement Officer, depending upon the assignment. Normal duty assignments are performed by the employee based on his/her own judgment. The employee has no supervisory responsibility
The employee has no supervisory responsibilities.
Guidelines
Guidelines followed by the Construction Buyer include handbooks and reference materials, established policies and procedures, traditional practices, applicable laws, regulations, and building ordinances/codes. Upon personal initiative, the employee may perform independent research and/or obtain informal guidance and assistance from other applicable sources.
Complexity
The Construction Buyer performs a wide variety of routine and non-routine tasks in the overall performance of essential job functions. The employee must coordinate costs, resources, timing, CFP contracting requirements, and working relationships throughout the overall process. Thorough knowledge of general Agency and procurement issues is required to successfully achieve Housing Agency objectives. Difficulty may be encountered in the steps for procuring needed services or products that are unfamiliar or for which no historical information exists.
Scope and Effect
The employee’s work primarily impacts any construction project and its access to needed supplies and materials. Successful accomplishment of duties, obtaining high quality goods and services at reasonable cost, and ensuring procurement is conducted in a fair and impartial manner contributes to smooth operations of all affected departments, sites, and projects and the overall ability of the Agency to provide better housing for low-income families in the community.
Personal Contacts
The Construction Buyer has contact with a broad range of individuals including: coworkers and management staff, residents, business firms, contractors, suppliers/vendors, and consultants. Personal contacts serve multiple purposes including: giving or gaining information, planning, coordinating, and advising motivating, influencing, directing persons or groups, and justifying, defending, negotiating, and making decisions.
Physical Demands
  1. Work is principally sedentary, but may involve some physical exertion, such as kneeling, crouching, or lifting to obtain files, records, and eye strain from working with computers and other office equipment.
  2. Must be able to sit and/or stand for up to eight (8) hours at a time while preforming work duties.
  3. Work may involve some physical exertion, such as kneeling, crouching, reaching, carrying or lifting and eyestrain from working with computers and other office equipment.
  4. Must be able to bend, stoop, push, and pull in the performance of duties.
  5. Must be able to use fingers bilaterally and unilaterally to operate office equipment.
  6. Must have vision and hearing corrected to be able to perform essential job functions.
  7. Must be able to perform essential job functions in an environment that will sometimes include increased levels of work-related stress.
  8. Must be able to maintain punctuality and attendance as scheduled.
  9. An employee may request a reasonable accommodation to mitigate any of the physical requirements listed above.
Work Environment
Work involves the normal risks or discomfort associated with an office environment and is usually in an area that is adequately cooled, heated, lighted and ventilated.
Other Requirements
  1. Must possess a State of Texas driver’s license and maintain a good driving record.
  2. Must be available for occasional overnight travel for training.
  3. Must pass criminal background check.
  4. Must work with the highest degree of confidentiality.
The Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed. The duties herein are representative of the essential functions of this job. This job description reflects management’s assignment of functions; however, it does not prescribe or restrict tasks that may be assigned. Nothing in this document restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time. The qualifications listed above are
guidelines, other combinations of education and experience that could provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job may be considered at the discretion of the Executive Director.
Employment with The Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is on an “at-will” basis. Nothing in this document is intended to create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, and does not constitute a promise of continued employment.
Disclaimer: The above statements describe the general nature, level, and type of work performed by the incumbent(s) assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, demands, and skills required of personnel so classified. Job descriptions are not intended to and do not imply or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person or persons. Management reserves the right to add, delete, or modify and/or all provisions of this description at any time as needed without notice. This job description supersedes earlier versions.
Security Patrol Officer
Reports To: Director of Housing Management
Department / Division: Housing Management
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Employment Status: Full-Time
Date: January 24, 2018
Position Summary
Serves as a visible security presence in matters relating to Agency security. Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for residents and employees through effective performance of assigned duties and for safeguarding Agency property against theft, fire, vandalism, and illegal entry. These tasks are to be performed at a level that supports the Agency’s efforts to achieve the highest rating on HUD’s evaluation systems. The duties listed below are illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements regarding duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment in association with this position.
Duties and Responsibilities
Undertakes and performs the following and other work-related duties as assigned.
  1. Safeguards residents, employees, and assigned areas including buildings, equipment, and property by patrolling in and around Agency premises including parking areas before, and after business hours as assigned on foot, or vehicle.
  2. Patrols through assigned area to check for fire, prowlers, lighting and unsecured locks, and unauthorized personnel. Notes irregularities and responds appropriately.
  3. Notifies department supervisors of suspected illegal activity on Agency property and reports hazardous and unusual conditions or malfunctions observed.
  4. Promptly responds as needed to alarms and safety/security calls and investigates disturbances. Interviews witnesses and obtains signatures. Conducts routine investigations of minor incidents.
  5. Immediately reports any in progress criminal activity or emergency situation to 911 and carefully monitors the incident and acts as a professional witness for responding emergency units. Intervenes only when injury or death to any party is eminent.
  6. Conducts follow up investigations of incidents on Agency properties.
  7. Communicates with the Project Managers regarding any concerns about Agency properties.
  8. Assists the Project Management staff upon request with unit inspections.
  9. Assists the Project Management staff regarding police calls on Agency properties.
  10. Assists staff with recommendations for properly securing sites.
  11. Is available on an on-call basis for emergencies.
  12. May assist law enforcement officers with incident calls at the developments as requested.
  13. May assist with crowd control and patrol at development events or emergencies.
  14. Escorts people/property to desired destination when monies, documents or safety of property or persons are a concern.
  15. Provides appropriate assistance to employees and residents, as necessary.
  16. Prevents loss and damage by reporting irregularities and informing persons of rule infractions or violations and apprehends or evicts violators from Agency premises.
  17. Identifies, observes, and questions persons on Agency property or on Trespass List when the reasons for their presence or intentions are questionable.
  18. Calls police or fire departments in cases of emergency, such as fire of the presence of unauthorized personnel. Reports undesirable activities to police and requests assistance if necessary.
  19. Circulates among visitors, residents, and employees when appropriate to preserve order and protect property.
  20. Writes timely and accurate reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences, by recording observations, information, occurrences, and surveillance activities. Generate a report on a monthly basis on all security activities.
  21. Maintains rapport with local law enforcement, civil defense, and first-aid agencies by establishing personal contact and cooperating to resolve situations.
  22. Appears as a witness in the Agency’s administrative grievance procedure, civil dispossessory hearings, or other civil or court proceedings where the issue includes criminal or quasi-criminal conduct in or near public housing developments involving any resident, member of a resident’s household, or any guest or guests of a resident or household member.
  23. Maintains accessibility and professional demeanor with residents to ensure resident confidence in discussing or reporting issues of concern.
  24. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies as appropriate.
  25. Assists in developing or enhancing crime prevention programs.
  26. Performs other duties as assigned by the Security Supervisor.
Education and Experience
High School graduate or GED Required. Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice preferred or related field and two (2) years’ experience in police or security related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
The following Certifications must be obtained within one (1) year of employment or other allowable period of hire as authorized by the Executive Director or his/her designee:
  • State Peace Officer Standards and Training Certification including firearm requalification.
  • Fair Housing
Knowledge and Skills
  1. Thorough knowledge of pertinent laws of arrest, search and seizure. Ability to learn and apply applicable provisions of state and federal laws and district policies, including laws concerning theft, burglary, arson, malicious mischief and trespassing.
  2. Working knowledge of state Penal Code and Vehicle Code.
  3. Thorough knowledge of methods and techniques of report preparation and writing.
  4. Thorough knowledge of the principles and procedures of record keeping and filing.
  5. Working knowledge of pertinent Agency policies and procedures.
  6. Thorough knowledge of local resources available to assist in cases of emergency or dangerous situations
  7. Ability to exercise sound judgment and reason effectively during emergency situations and adopt an effective course of action.
  8. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  9. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
  10. Ability to recognize illegal, unsafe, and contraband substances or weapons.
  11. Ability to conduct investigations and security patrol.
  12. Ability to remember details such as faces, license plate numbers, names, and incidents.
  13. Ability to collect and preserve evidence.
  14. Ability to understand and follow moderately complex written and oral instructions and to communicate and relate to persons of diverse backgrounds and abilities.
  15. Ability to operate appropriate computer equipment and software packages.
Supervision Received and Given
The employee receives instructions from the Director of Housing Management. Normally, the employee plans and carries out work activities with minimal supervision and independently resolves problems that arise. The employee receives specific instructions when complaints are brought to the attention of the supervisor; and when the supervisor is contacted by the employee for direction. The employee’s work is reviewed for conformity to organizational policies and attainment of objectives. The employee has no supervisory duties.
Guidelines
The employee references the state Criminal Code, and other applicable state, federal, and local laws and ordinances, Agency regulations, rules and policies and procedures as needed in performing assigned duties. All other guidelines are generally given orally and supplement established procedures. If a situation not covered by guidelines arises, the employee consults the supervisor for guidance or, in the case of emergency situations, exercises sound judgment as to the best course of action and notifies law enforcement and/or emergency responders as appropriate to the circumstances.
Complexity
The employee performs a variety of tasks which are usually routine and repetitive; however, emergency situations do arise. All tasks require personal judgment and decision-making based on technical knowledge, sound judgment, and experience.
Scope and Effect
The employee’s work directly affects Agency employees and the residents. Through successful accomplishment of the job duties, the incumbent enables the Agency to offer a high degree of continued safety and security to its residents and employees.
Personal Contacts
The employee’s personal contacts are primarily with residents, nonresidents, suspicious persons, and other security personnel. Contacts with residents are particularly important to establish a professional presence and ensure resident confidence in discussing or reporting issues of concern. The purpose of contacts is to give and obtain information necessary to successful performance and fulfillment of security-related job duties. Conditions under which contacts occur can range from normal to stressful in emergency situations.
Physical Demands
  1. Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in a security operations capacity or in an office setting as required.
  2. Must be able to sit and/or stand for up to eight hours at a time while preforming work duties.
  3. Must be able to walk, or run for prolonged periods of time; occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; occasionally climb and balance; regularly push, pull, lift, and/or carry light to moderate weights.
  4. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, residents, service agencies, and work-related contacts in an environment that will sometimes include increased levels of work-related stress.
  5. Must be able to use fingers bilaterally and unilaterally to perform job-related functions.
  6. Must have vision and hearing corrected to be able to perform essential job functions.
  7. Must maintain a professional appearance and portray a positive image for the Agency.
  8. Must be able to maintain punctuality and attendance as scheduled.
  9. An employee may request a reasonable accommodation to mitigate any of the physical requirements listed above.
Work Environment
Work is performed both indoors and outdoors and the employee is exposed to weather extremes. The employee is subject to normal risks associated with visits to housing developments and confrontations with residents and nonresidents.
Other Requirements
  1. Must possess a State of Texas driver’s license and maintain a good driving record.
  2. May be required to work after office hours on the on-call work schedule.
  3. Must work with the highest degree of confidentiality.
  4. Must be available for occasional overnight travel for training.
  5. Must pass employment drug screening and criminal background check.
The Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed. The duties herein are representative of the essential functions of this job. This job description reflects management’s assignment of functions; however, it does not prescribe or restrict tasks that may be assigned. Nothing in this document restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities at any time. The qualifications listed above are
guidelines, other combinations of education and experience that could provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job may be considered at the discretion of the Executive Director.
Employment with The Housing Authority of The City of Laredo is on an “at-will” basis. Nothing in this document is intended to create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, and does not constitute a promise of continued employment.
Disclaimer: The above statements describe the general nature, level, and type of work performed by the incumbent(s) assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, demands, and skills required of personnel so classified. Job descriptions are not intended to and do not imply or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person or persons. Management reserves the right to add, delete, or modify and/or all provisions of this description at any time as needed without notice. This job description supersedes earlier versions.
Asistente de Gerente de Proyecto

Asistente de Gerente de Proyecto

Supervisor: Gerente de Proyecto

Exemption: Non-Exempt

Deberes y Responsabilidades

Realizar trabajos que involucren la administración y operación de desarrollos de vivienda, y realizar otros trabajos relacionados como sea requerido. Los deberes específicos incluyen lo siguiente.

Funciones del Personal:

  1. Proporciona orientación a los nuevos residentes: muestra las unidades, explica el contrato de arrendamiento e informa sobre las políticas y procedimientos de la autoridad.
  2. Asiste al Gerente del Proyecto en la revisión semanal de los informes de cuentas por cobrar y realiza la actividad de cobro de las cuentas morosas.
  3. Mantiene y monitorea el rol de alquiler delincuente, emite avisos delincuentes y cargos por pagos atrasados.
  4. Ayuda a las reuniones del Residente y reuniones con agencias externas para identificar las necesidades de los residentes y los recursos externos disponibles según se le asignen.
  5. Realiza recertificación anual de residentes e introduce los datos en la base de datos de computadoras. Monitorea, prepara y distribuye avisos anuales de recertificación.
  6. Calcula los ajustes provisionales e introduce la información en la base de datos del ordenador. Prepara y distribuye avisos de ajustes provisionales.
  7. Asiste en inspecciones, monitoreando e informando a los residentes del trabajo planeado.
  8. Realiza inspecciones de traslado, mudanza y anual de las unidades asignadas y prepara y procesa las órdenes de trabajo necesarias. Prepara y distribuye avisos de inspección.
  9. Recibe órdenes de servicio de los residentes para el mantenimiento necesario y supervisa las órdenes para asegurar que el trabajo se realiza.
  10. Realiza inspecciones a pie o en camión de edificios y terrenos, resuelve condiciones insatisfactorias con los residentes y consulta con los Gerentes de Proyecto sobre el inicio de procedimientos de terminación de arrendamiento cuando se justifique.

Cualificaciones y Conocimientos

  • Diploma de escuela secundaria o GED. Dos años de experiencia relacionada con el trabajo de secretariado y contabilidad en una oficina administrativa.
  • Capacidad para reunirse y tratar con el público, y establecer y mantener relaciones de trabajo efectivas con otros empleados, residentes y solicitantes.
  • Buen conocimiento de los reglamentos de HUD y de las políticas, procedimientos y prácticas de la Autoridad referentes a los programas de vivienda de bajo alquiler.
  • Algunos conocimientos de principios, prácticas y técnicas de contabilidad generalmente aceptados.
  • Buen conocimiento de las prácticas y procedimientos generales de la oficina, inglés comercial y aritmética.
  • Habilidad en el funcionamiento de equipos informáticos y máquinas de oficina en general.
  • Capacidad de comunicación clara y concisa, oral y por escrito.
  • Capacidad para documentar con precisión y por escrito los eventos y actividades apropiados.
  • Capacidad para comunicarse en inglés y español es altamente deseable.
  • Bondable.
  • Licencia de conducir de Texas válida. Elegible para la cobertura bajo el seguro de automóvil de la flota.

Supervisión Dada y Recibida

El empleado recibe instrucciones del Supervisor del Proyecto. Los cursos de acción, plazos y prioridades se establecen por procedimiento, el supervisor o el empleado, dependiendo de la asignación. Los deberes de rutina son iniciados por el empleado sin dirección de supervisión. Las instrucciones para el empleado pueden ser de carácter general o específico. Los problemas o situaciones no cubiertos por las instrucciones se remiten generalmente al supervisor para su resolución. El trabajo del empleado se revisa periódicamente para determinar la exactitud, la terminación y el cumplimiento de las políticas y los procedimientos. El empleado no tiene responsabilidades de supervisión.

Directrices

El empleado realiza tareas de rutina establecidos por políticas y procedimientos de la Autoridad y otras directrices tales como las regulaciones de HUD. Las directrices cubren la mayoría de las situaciones relacionadas con el trabajo, pero ocasionalmente se puede requerir que el empleado use un juicio independiente para tomar decisiones.

Complejidad

El empleado realiza una variedad de tareas que son en su mayoría de rutina y repetitiva en la naturaleza. Otras tareas como las relacionadas con el trato con las personas son más difíciles de realizar porque éstas requieren tacto, sensibilidad, comprensión y compasión.

Alcance y Efecto

El trabajo del empleado afecta la producción administrativa del Departamento de Vivienda Pública de la Autoridad. La realización exitosa de los deberes por parte del empleado mejora la capacidad de la Autoridad para cumplir con su misión general de proveer vivienda asequible que sea decente, segura e higiénica.

Contactos Personales

El empleado tiene contacto frecuente y continuo con otros empleados y residentes por teléfono y en persona. El propósito de tales contactos es resolver problemas, intercambiar información, justificar y negociar acuerdos que sean beneficiosos para la Autoridad de Vivienda. Realiza tareas administrativas: mantiene archivos residentes; Ayudar en la preparación de los informes requeridos por HUD y la Autoridad; Mantiene registros de inventario y realiza inventarios anuales: envía solicitudes de compra de artículos y servicios necesarios; Mantiene el fondo de caja pequeña. Asiste a las reuniones del personal departamentales y de la Autoridad ya las sesiones de capacitación según lo programado. Recoge los alquileres mensuales de los residentes, sólo cheques y giros postales. Coopera con los oficiales de seguridad para reportar cualquier violación del contrato de arrendamiento. Contribuye al esfuerzo del equipo cumpliendo con otras tareas asignadas.

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