Reporting to the Director of Asset Management, the Asset Management Specialist will be responsible for ongoing assessment of the high performing portion of Housing Vermont’s portfolio of properties and compliance of Housing Vermont owned properties with LIHTC regulations. Key qualifications for the position include a minimum of 5 years’ property management experience, extensive knowledge of low income housing tax credits (LIHTC), HUD, rural development (RD), HOME and section 8. Other desirable experience is negotiating legal contracts, financial statement analysis, and asset management. Bachelor’s degree (preferred), keen analytical skills, electronic data management, proven ability to readily recognize potential problems and develop and implement solutions.
Please send a cover letter and resume with salary requirements to Rewa Worthington, email@example.com.
Housing Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Housing Vermont's staff are skilled, knowledgeable, and committed to developing high quality affordable housing and enabling investments in economic and community development to benefit all Vermonters and the communities where they live. Working in partnership with the nonprofit, business, and public sectors, our staff looks for opportunities to maximize our capacity to create positive change.
Housing Vermont appreciates that its principal asset is its talented staff. We offer a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits package to attract and retain members of our team.
Current job openings are described on this page. To be considered, please email a cover letter and resume.
Housing Vermont is an equal opportunity employer.