Housing Asset Analyst

at Delaware State Housing Authority in Dover, Delaware, United States

Job Description

Looking for a job with immediate benefit access? Look no further. This non-State position is responsible for developing and recommending plans for diverse fiscal studies, analyzing data, evaluating options and recommending alternatives affecting the financial stability of affordable rental housing. An incumbent analyzes the operations of multi-family housing to support recommendations on sustained affordability and required capital improvements. An incumbent works closely with the program compliance staff within the agency's Asset Management division and other agency staff. Other frequent contacts include staff members of the headquarters and regional U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offices. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas: 1. Knowledge of governmental accounting and auditing methods and techniques. 2. Experience in the methods and techniques used in assembling, analyzing and interpreting financial and accounting data, and the preparation of appropriate financial reports. 3. Experience in conducting studies to evaluate operations, programs, services, policies and procedures. 4. Experience in the interpretation of laws, rules, regulations, standards, and policies and procedures. 5. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES Essential functions are fundamental, core and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties. Since specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here. ? Compiles and analyzes financial information to support development of an asset management plan. ? Analyzes monthly reports of income and expenses submitted by site staff to assist in the development of asset management plans. ? Works with division management to review and monitor each site's activity. ? Monitors and analyzes various changes to federal programs and regulations to determine possible impact on division's activities and strategies. ? Conducts research by gathering and analyzing programmatic, financial and other project data to determine the financial soundness of Section 8 New Construction properties collateralizing DSHA multifamily bonds and mortgagor's financial condition. Prepares report to supervisor with findings and recommendations. ? May perform annual and periodic inspections of Section 8 New Construction multifamily sites. Checks for compliance with applicable State and Federal rules and regulations and overall maintenance and soundness of property collateralizing DSHA multifamily bonds. Discusses findings with property staff, stating violations and necessary corrections. Prepares inspection reports to supervisor with findings and recommendations. Follows up to ensure appropriate actions have been taken. ? Performs related work as required. BENEFITS These include up to 15 vacation days and 15 sick day leave accrual, up to 13 paid holidays a year, liberal retirement benefits, immediate access to paid health, short and long term disability, and life insurance plans and voluntary dental, vision, and various supplemental benefit options. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Applications must be completed by the closing date of December 16, 2019 on our website (Click on About Us, Employment, Click Here to View All Current Openings, Select job, Scroll Down & Click “Apply Now”.) Contact: e-mail: DSHA IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
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Job Posting: 873732

Posted On: Nov 18, 2021

Updated On: Dec 18, 2021