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DIRECTOR OF HOUSING COUNSELING
S/he has full responsibility for program planning, implementation, tracking, evaluation and reporting and s/he will assist the Executive Director with program fundraising. S/he will supervise counseling staff, recruit and train new staff as needed, and will ensure that the program pipeline, from intake to file closure, meets or exceeds National Industry Standards and complies with all funding and regulatory requirements.
Bachelor's degree. Certified in housing counseling. At least three years housing counseling experience. Demonstrated experience in managing housing counseling programs highly desirable. Knowledgeable in CounselorMax CMS system. Excellent writing skills and demonstrated experience in successful grant management. Knowledgeable in program delivery requirements and reporting requirements of NYC, state and federal funding programs for housing counseling, including but not limited to NYS Attorney General HOPP program, NFMC and HUD.
How TO APPLY:
Applicants should please send a resume, and a writing sample preferably in the form of a grant proposal, along with a cover letter to email@example.com no later than April 4, 2014.
The Parodneck Foundation for Self-Help Housing & Community Development, Inc. seeks an experienced program director to manage its established NYC housing counseling program. We provide housing resources, services and financial support to New York City's low- and moderate-income residents. Our housing counseling program offers foreclosure prevention counseling and assistance and pre-purchase education and counseling to approximately 350 NYC households a year.