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The Mission of the Falmouth Housing Authority

The Falmouth Housing Authority is committed to ensuring safe, decent and affordable housing by working cooperatively with community, state, federal, and local officials. The Falmouth Housing Authority (FHA) always endeavors to make the best use of all available resources so our residents and participants can live in an atmosphere of dignity and respect, free from discrimination.  For all positions, applicants obtain federal, state, and local background clearances and pass a drug screening test. A cover letter and resume detailing your qualifications and experience must be submitted to express your interest in this position. The Falmouth Housing Authority complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 by providing equal access to services, programs, and activities for qualified individuals with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations will be provided to individuals with disabilities. FHA is an EEOC/AA employer. Resumes accepted (brichards@falmouthhousing.org) until the position is filled. FHA is an equal-opportunity employer.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Job Description

Fiscal Officer

 (Full-Time, 40 hrs/Wk)

Non-Union

 

Job Statement

The Falmouth Housing Authority seeks a full-time Fiscal Officer to provide services related to A/P, payroll, A/R, disbursements, and
administration of the accounting department. This is a non-union, supervisory position. The purpose of the Fiscal Officer is to support the mission of FHA in a wide range of activities. The Finance Officer (FO) reports to the Executive Director (ED) and is an integral part of the management team. This role encompasses a unique blend of responsibilities, such as the FO oversees the operations of the Accounting Department, maintains complete and
accurate books and records for the various state and federal programs; ensures that adequate funds are available for obligations to vendors and the
FHA payroll; acts as a liaison to State, Federal, and independent auditors; analyzes internal control and financial programs. The FO monitors all
program budgets to ensure expenditures fall within budget guidelines in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws.

 

Job Description

Knowledge of accounting procedures for a housing authority environment that has both state and federal responsibilities is a plus.
Minimum Requirements: Four (4) year college degree in accounting; Four (4) years related full-time experience. Thorough knowledge of
accounting, budgeting and procurement principles and practices Thorough knowledge of general accounting such as payroll, accounts payable, bank
reconciliation, account analysis, monthly closings, year-end processes. Working knowledge of software applications, particularly those related to
fiscal management, Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and reporting requirements. Ability to prepare and analyze complete
financial worksheets. Ability to develop to recommend financial controls and guidance materials. Ability to work independently, detail-oriented;
ability to work with minimum day-to-day supervision. Prompt and dependable; excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate well
in English language (oral and written). Able to work well under stressful conditions; strong organizational skills. Approach problems pro-actively
and be solution-focused. Please submit salary requirements along with resume to: Bobbi Richards- Falmouth Housing Authority, 115 Scranton Ave, Falmouth, MA 02540. 

Job Description

Tenant Selector

 (Full-Time, 35 hrs/Wk)

Union (AFSME) position

 

Job Statement

This is a union position. The purpose of the Tenant Selector is to support the mission of FHA in a wide range of activities related to determining and documenting housing applicants for federally subsidized (voucher/project-based program) eligibility, income, rent, and contractual relationships with owners in support of the program operations using written administrative policies and procedures, and HUD regulations. Provides CORI/SORI checks for all housing program applicants (federal and state). The position requires full accountability for assigned cases, including accurate and complete files, reporting, resolution of customer service cases, and responsiveness to tenant, participant, and landlord inquiries related to the new lease-up process.

Job Description

The salary range is $42,500 - $45,356; Working in a busy office environment is required.  Ability to multi-task is a must. Please submit your resume to: Bobbi Richards, Executive Director, Falmouth Housing Authority, 115 Scranton Ave, Falmouth, MA 02540.  

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