This position provides direct oversight of daily activities for Occupancy Division. Under general supervision, maintains waiting lists for all properties owned and/or managed by the WWHA; interviews applicants and gathers information to determine eligibility/ineligibility and assignment of rental unit in accordance with WWHA policies, State and Federal regulations. Maintains 100% lease-up rate; participates in marketing and community networking efforts. Provides case management functions. Requires two years college education, two (2) years paid relative work experience in related field, or combination of paid work experience in related field and education. BI-lingual (English/Spanish) desirable. Wage range is $18.00-$27.90 per hour depending on qualifications.
Under general supervision, this position conducts housing quality standards (HQS) inspections to determine compliance with established standards for new admissions, annuals, and special purposes for the rental assistance programs administered by the Authority. Requires two (2) years of college, plus two (2) years general experience in the construction, building and/or inspection field, or four (4) years experience in lieu of education; valid Washington or Oregon State driver's license. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) desirable. Wage rage is $15.25-$23.64 per hour depending on qualifications.
This position performs unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance and repair tasks on buildings, apartments, grounds, and equipment; required to demonstrate rudimentary knowledge of basic heating, carpentry, plumbing, and electricity, in the performance of his/her responsibilities. Requires two (2) paid work relative experience; valid Washington or Oregon State driver's license. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) desirable. Wage rage is $15.29-$23.70 per hour depending on qualifications.
To apply, submit the original Walla Walla Housing Authority Employment Application, detailed resume, list of professional references and current 3-year abstract driving record for employment eligibility to: Administrative Services Director, Walla Walla Housing Authority, 501 Cayuse St, Walla Walla WA 99362. For more information or questions please contact Human Resources at 509.522.7815 or RosannaM@wallawallaha.org. Positions will remain open until filled.
Walla Walla Housing Authority offers its employees:
- Competitive Wages
- Health insurance
- Retirement through the Washington State Department of Retirement System (in lieu of Social Security withholding); plus a one-time duty related death benefit
- Paid Time-Off (PTO) (in lieu of vacation, annual and/or sick leave) for employees to use as they determine best fits their personal needs. PTO begins to accrue after the first full calendar month of employment.
- Paid holidays include: New Year's Day; Martin Luther King Jr. Day; Presidents Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day and the day after; Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; Annual Floating Holiday (employee chooses date to use during the current calendar year).