HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER SPECIALIST
Housing Choice Voucher Specialist
Position opening for an independent, organized and customer service-oriented individual who will work to certify new and existing clients in busy local housing program. The ideal candidate will possess analytical and moderately complex clerical skills. Responsible for providing support to management and other staff members. The ability to work effectively with the public and landlords in determining eligibility for programs is required. Candidate should have a proven record of dealing courteously and tactfully with many kinds of people. Experience in Microsoft Word and Excel is required. A knowledge of, or ability to learn assisted housing programs is preferred. High school diploma required, with bachelor’s degree in business, or related field plus two years interviewing experience in position with a public agency preferred. Beginning salary is $32,000.00 with an excellent benefits package.
Applications or resumes may be sent to Lhaemploy @ lexha.org through Monday, March 29, 2021. Printable applications may be found on the LHA website www.lexha.org under Employment Opportunities. A pre-employment physical and drug screening may be required.
Lexington Housing Authority
300 W. New Circle Road
Lexington, KY 40505
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