Clearwater Housing Authority

Creating Opportunities To Enhance The Lives Of Those We Serve

Careers


If you are a CHA resident and are looking for employment, click here to learn more about the eligibility requirements for CHA’s Section 3 program.

To apply for any of the below listed positions, please submit resume via email to employment@clearwaterhousingauth.org. EOE/DFWP

 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Full-time)
Provides administrative support to the Chief Operating Officer and backup to the Executive Office Manager. Must be proficient in Windows operating system and MS Office software including Word and Excel, and able to operate internet applications and email as well as external vendors’ and applicable proprietary software programs including FileVision, Novus, Yardi and HAB software. Must have good oral and written communication skills, and be knowledgeable of phone systems and modern office practices.  Three years’ progressive responsible administrative experience required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred. Possession of valid Florida driver’s license required.


 HCV SPECIALIST (Full-time)
Professional admin. work conducting document collection, analysis, and verifications, and client interviews in accordance with HUD regulations and policies for HCV Housing Assistance Program.  Must be proficient in Windows operating system and MS Office software including Word and Excel, and able to operate internet applications and email as well as external vendors’ and applicable proprietary software programs including FileVision and HAB software.  Must have good oral and written communication skills, and be knowledgeable of phone systems and modern office practices.  Three years progressive responsible administrative experience required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Possession of valid Florida driver’s license required.



RESIDENT OPPORTUNITY AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY (ROSS) SERVICE COORDINATOR (Full-time)
Manages caseload of Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) program participants of Public Housing (PH) residents; serves as role model and coach to ROSS participants, assisting them in meeting self-sufficiency or assist elderly or disabled residents to remain independent and age-in-place; serves as liaison and conduit to additional community resources; conducts outreach to maintain participant involvement; assesses participants’ progress and reports on program status.  Bachelor of Social Work or degree in Gerontology, Psychology or Counseling preferred. Equivalent combination of experience, education and training may substitute for degree. Must be proficient in Windows operating system and MS Office software including Word and Excel, and able to operate internet applications and email as well as external vendors’ and applicable proprietary software programs including FileVision, Novus, Yardi and/or HAB software. Two to three years’ experience required, preferably in a social service delivery for low-income individuals and/or people with disabilities, with successful experience. Possession of valid Florida driver’s license required. Competitive salary and excellent benefits.