Louisville Metro Government
Coordinates housing assistance, relocation, and grant activities.
Evaluates policies and procedures and recommends modifications.
Examples of Duties:
Develops and coordinates programs to conform to federal, state and local regulations and program standards.
Prepares reports concerning housing and relocation assistance, community development block grant fund projects and annual federal housing performance status.
Assists in budget preparation and monitors and controls expenditures.
Represents the department to the public to discuss, explain and coordinate programs and activities.
Compiles and analyzes financial data regarding programs and submits annual reports.
Composes correspondence and completes special projects.
Meets with property owners and the public to provide information, encourage participation and discuss housing assistance and relocation programs.
Provides technical assistance and instruction and assists applicants in completing applications and loan documents.
Prepares grant applications and meets with grant representatives to finalize details of the proposal.
Develops and schedules training sessions to inform the public regarding housing assistance and relocation programs.
Performs financial and gap financing analysis for housing development projects.
Researches and analyzes causes and effects of housing programs and projects.
Performs related work.
Two years of community development, housing and urban development, real estate, grant administration, social service, or property management experience.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.
OTHER MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Must provide one's own source of transportation. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work.
Louisville Metro Government is committed to providing our employees with the tools they need to lead a fit and healthy life. Aside from community-wide initiatives like the Mayor's Hike, Bike and Paddle event every Memorial Day and Labor Day, and the Healthy Hometown Movement, Metro Government provides employees with programs designed to enhance their life and well-being, like a Wellness Center that allows employees and their dependents with Metro health insurance to take care of their basic medical and health needs for a $5 co-pay. Louisville Metro Government understands that a team of healthy, vibrant employees is the greatest asset we have.
Full Time Regular
· Group Term Life
· Supplemental Life
· Accidental Death & Dismemberment
· Sick Leave
· Holiday Pay
· Bereavement Leave
· Kentucky Public Pensions Authority
· 457 Deferred Comp
· Voluntary Lifestyle Benefits
· Tuition Assistance
· Qualified Adult Benefits
· Childcare Assistance
· Free TARC Use
· Paid Parental Leave
Bachelor's degree in
Social Science, or a