HQS Inspections Supervisor
Location: Housing Choice Voucher
Pay rate: Hiring Salary Range: $34,386 to $44,702
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Coordinates the day-to-day activities of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program housing inspections operations.
Supervises and schedules work of staff; interviews, makes hiring recommendations, and trains employees; assigns work and monitors progress; develops employees' skills and encourages growth and development; addresses personnel issues in conjunction with appropriate leadership in Human Resources; assigns and monitors all housing inspections work activity; provides leadership and subject matter expertise to all assigned team members.
Oversees and maintains the control system for the assigned Housing Quality Standards Inspection caseloads to ensure that inspections are performed, and follow-up activity is completed on a timely basis.
Supervision of the Request for Tenancy Approval (RFTA) process.
Monitors and assigns all contracted inspections related activities, to ensure compliance with HUD regulations and DHA policies being responsible for receipt and maintenance of all inspections related documentation forwarded from contracted inspections agency.
Coordinates the preparation of detailed inspection documentation for assisted dwelling units in accordance with Federal and State regulations, rules, standards and statutes.
Compiles data for reports required of the Housing Choice Voucher Program; submits data related to Section Eight Management Assessment Procedures (SEMAP) for all inspection indicators.
Serves as point of contact and responds to all inquiries related to inspections performed for applicants, program participants, and property owners.
Develops and maintains the policy procedure manuals and standard operating procedures pertaining to the inspections program; informs inspectors of changes in regulations and procedures.
Reviews deficiency profiles of assisted housing to identify problem areas or potential patterns of poor practices among property owners.
Housing Quality Standards Inspections certification within six months of employment.
Residential Code certification within one year of employment.
Valid driver's license in the State of North Carolina.
Bachelor's degree with coursework in management, public or business administration, or related field and considerable experience in project management with knowledge of housing codes and inspections, and with some supervisory experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.