City of Chandler
Implements the City’s housing rehabilitation and emergency repair program to include program eligibility, contract management, loan administration and budget oversight.
- Conducts intake and eligibility assessment for potential program participants.
- Provides technical assistance and support to homeowners and occupants throughout the rehabilitation process.
- Approves individual project budgets and oversees the program budget.
- Manages the program’s loan portfolio, third party loan servicer and in-house loans.
- Initiates and reviews Environmental Reviews and serves as the City’s Environmental Officer.
- Conducts inspections for multiple housing programs.
- Maintains program files and performs various administrative tasks.
- Monitors the vendor contract and provides technical assistance.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
- Current residential building codes, zoning ordinances and federal housing quality standards including International Building Code, International Electrical Code, Residential Code, Uniform Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code and City of Chandler codes to ensure compliance upon completion of rehabilitation projects; Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations as they pertain to housing rehabilitation; Uniform Physical Conditions Standards (UPCS) and/or Housing Quality Standards (HQS).
- Building materials and their limits, uses, applications and costs; rehabilitation methods and techniques including cost estimating and preparing material specifications in the construction field; standard practices and procedures for permit application documentation, review, evaluation and approval.
- Understand and abide by federal OSHA and State and County regulations and city policies regarding safe work practices; adhere to site specific safety procedures (ex. hard hat, safety boots, safety vest, etc.).
- Read and interpret plans, specifications, blueprints and interpret data consistent with code enforcement, community renewal or other housing programs; perform mathematical calculations; prepare clear and concise reports and maintain written correspondence (i.e., performance logs and records, inspection reports, related compliance documents, etc.).
- Principles and practices of public administration and municipal accounting including contract administration; inspect and enforce contract compliance and resolve any discrepancies; establish project priorities and assign resources for timely completion of projects.
- Follow oral and written instructions and communicate effectively both orally and in writing; operate hand tools and related equipment; operate a personal computer and related software or programs.
- Operate a motor vehicle and abide by traffic laws and rules.
- Present a positive public image and maintain effective working relationships with other City employees, contractors, agencies, and the public; maintain a professional demeanor under difficult and sometimes adversarial circumstances.