JOB POSTINGS

Texas NAHRO Audit Services

To Whom it May Concern:

Texas NAHRO is seeking proposals from Certified Public Accountants to provide the following services:

BiAnnual Audit for 2 year period 10/1/2015 – 09/30/2017

Proposal A:
1. Full audit of financial statements for the period requested.

Proposal B:
1. Review of accounting procedures
2. Review of current procedures related to separation of financial duties
3. Analysis of risks related to current accounting and financial procedures
4. Management letter

All of the above must be completed by no later than 90 days following contract execution, in order for our Board to review each document prior to its submission to the appropriate recipients. In addition, TX NAHRO requires that a meeting of the auditors and selected TXNAHRO board and staff members be held following the completion of the audit.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
RFQ NO. 2018-101-Professional Engineering Services

Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS) is currently accepting sealed submissions
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Sealed Submissions - shall consist of one (1) USB Flash Drive or Compact Disc (CD), one (1) Original bound copy of the RFQ, and three (3) bound copies of the RFQ containing all materials as listed in the RFQ.

FWHS reserves the right to reject any or all submissions. MBE/WBE firms are encouraged to submit.

All questions for the RFQ must be submitted in writing and e-mailed to Fort Worth Housing Solutions at procurement@fwhs.org or faxed to (817) 333-3592 no later than, 2:00 p.m. on April 6, 2018.

PRE-SUBMISSION MEETING:
April 3, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. C.S.T.
Fort Worth Housing Solutions
300 South Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105
Dial In Number:
(712) 775-7031
Meeting ID:
134-416-014

 

RFQ DUE DATE/TIME:
April 24, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. C.S.T.
 
Fort Worth Housing Solutions
 
300 South Beach Street
 
Fort Worth, TX 76105


SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP ON MARCH 26, 2018 BETWEEN 8:30 AM AND 4:00PM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION: .

Fort Worth Housing Solutions Procurement Department 300 South Beach Street Fort Worth, TX 76105 (817) 535-6877

 

RFQ NO. 2018-100_Real Estate Appraisal Services

Fort Worth Housing Solutions (FWHS) is currently accepting sealed submissions.

Sealed Submissions shall consist of one (1) USB Flash Drive or Compact Disc (CD), one (1) Original bound copy of the RFQ, and three (3) bound copies of the RFQ containing all materials as listed in the RFQ.

FWHS reserves the right to reject any or all submissions. MBE/WBE firms are encouraged to submit responses to this RFQ.

All questions for the RFQ must be submitted in writing, and e-mailed to Fort Worth Housing Solutions at procurement@fwhs.org or faxed to 817-333-3592 no later than, April 5, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Central Standard Time (C.S.T.).

PRE-SUBMISSION MEETING:
April 3, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. C.S.T.
Fort Worth Housing Solutions
300 South Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105
Dial In Number:
(712) 775-7031
Meeting ID:
134-416-014

 

RFQ DUE DATE/TIME:
April 19, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. C.S.T.
 
Fort Worth Housing Solutions
 
300 South Beach Street
 
Fort Worth, TX 76105


SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT: www.fwhs.org.

SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP ON March 22, 2018 BETWEEN 8:30 AM AND 4:00 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION:


Fort Worth Housing Solutions Procurement Department 300 South Beach Street Fort Worth, TX 76105 (817) 535-6877

 

Community Development Director 11-18

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:  Responsible for supervising and directing the Community Development Department, including all resident services related to workforce development, education, health and wellness, family self-sufficiency, and other related programs.  Supervisory responsibility includes responsibility of staff, budgets, outcomes and evaluations, and grants management. Proactively plans, designs, develops, implements, monitors and improves programs and activities designed to serve HACA residents. Assists the Vice President of Housing and Community Development as needed with long-range and strategic planning for community development programming. Supervises the work of subordinates, provides training to subordinates, prepares performance evaluations, counsels and disciplines employees. Directly manages HACA's Health and Wellness programs serving seniors, residents with disabilities, and children.  Develops, implements, coordinates, and oversees partnerships providing health and wellness programs to residents.  Develops relationships with community leaders from both public and private organizations. Facilitates partnerships between the Housing Authority and organizations that have programs available to and can benefit Housing Authority residents. Attends and leads meetings with staff, residents, partners, grantors, property managers and other stakeholders. Updates internal community development policies and procedures. Stays abreast of HUD PIH Updates.  Oversees coordination with PHA Plan. Ensures public comment is sought and responded to as required.  Develops and maintains standard operating procedures to ensure compliance, consistency and efficiency. Ensures related forms are updated at all times. Oversees grantsmanship efforts including development of applications for continued and/or proposed funding for resident services programs.  Develops new grant funding relationships.  Oversees, monitors and enhances programming at HACA's training centers. Ensures symmetry of programming across multiple centers; maintains structural, aesthetic and functional integrity of the centers. Proposes budget for community development initiatives and department. Monitors community development and grant budgets to ensure HACA is on schedule to expend funds appropriately and to ensure HACA does not exceed approved budget amounts. Monitors bid specifications for all resident programs, education, and security. Monitors all community development programming contracts. Addresses and resolves tenant inquiries and complaints. Tracks tenant complaints until final resolution. Analyzes trends and makes recommendations for improved resident relations and customer service. Directly administers the City-wide Advisory Board on behalf of HACA. This includes ensuring all their government registrations are up-to-date and accurate (such as IRS reporting, TX Comptroller reports, DBAs, and State Business registrations.) Maintains up-to-date information on HUD and HACA regulations and requirements, and industry best practices.  Monitors, provides, and meets reporting requirements including statistical and financial reports required for compliance and grant reporting. Compiles monthly reports for upper management; communicates updates to HCD staff; tracks, monitors and reports on progress regarding department goals and strategic plan objectives.  Develops instruments to assess and measure the effectiveness of existing programs and the need to amend or initiate new ones. Tracks and analyzes data. Performs annual year-end review and prepares corresponding annual plan/schedule for department programming, goals, and grant activities. Implements process and program improvements. Performs others duties as assigned by supervisor. More>

Compliance Specialist 10-18

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: For an assigned portfolio of Section 8 project-based federally subsidized contracts, plans/strategizes and schedules the performance of Management and Occupancy Reviews (MORs) in accordance with SHCC's HUD-approved MOR plan. Ensures that pre-MOR duties are performed, including: sending timely MOR notification letters; analysis of owner supplied (desk review) documents and SHCC and HUD database reports to assess compliance with HUD guidelines and efficient property operation; completion of timely MOR pre-briefings to document potential areas of concern. Performs comprehensive MORs of assigned properties to assess owner compliance with their Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) contract. Ensures each MOR complies with applicable HUD Handbooks and the Rent and Income Determination Quality Control Monitoring Guide.  Exercises discretion during the MOR on-site visit in areas such as determining if additional tenant files and/or tenant units should be reviewed based upon the analysis performed during the pre-MOR process, as well as conditions observed during the on-site visit. Generates accurate and thorough MOR Reports that adhere to SHCC's policies with regard to timelines and content.  Creates clear, well-written Findings, Errors, and Observations within generated MOR Reports. For Findings and Errors, issues clear and understandable corrective action requirements that allow owners/agents to resolve issues via a reasonable, attainable action. Uses independent judgment to accurately evaluate properties on the basis of HUD category ratings. Completes MOR Report revisions in an accurate, timely and efficient manner. Thoroughly reviews owner/agent responses to MOR Report Findings and Errors for accuracy and completeness.  Ensures this review occurs within required timeframes.  Upon completion of this review, and within required timeframes, issues professional and accurate correspondence to the owner/agent.  Ensures that said correspondence is clear, concise, and demonstrates an understanding of the issues at hand and HUD's requirements. Recognizes potential compliance issues and/or issues with an owner/agent's willingness to comply when completing pre-MOR duties, performing MORs, and reviewing owner/agent MOR responses.  Addresses all identified compliance issues in the corresponding MOR Report via a Finding, Error, or Observation, or in return MOR correspondence to the owner/agent, as applicable.  Escalates significant or systemic issues, when necessary, to SHCC management.  Performs required data entry in HUD's and SHCC's database systems in accordance with SHCC's policies.  Monitors SHCC's HDS system and HUD's TRACS database to ensure RHIIP Errors and TRACS related EIV discrepancies are successfully transmitted/resolved in TRACS.  Provides assistance to owners/agents with resolving RHIIP errors, EIV discrepancies and EIV access issues.  Maintains detailed database records to document resolution of noted errors. Maintains organized and accurate electronic files for assigned portfolio of contracts in accordance with prescribed SHCC guidelines.  Files must contain complete documentation that accurately supports the generated MOR Report.  Files must also contain complete owner/agent responses that document resolution of all Findings and Errors issued in the MOR Report.  Maintains a good working knowledge of Section 8 project based federal regulations and regulations governing the performance of MORs and EIV system use including HUD Handbook 4350.3 REV-1, CHG-4; HUD Handbook 4350.1; HUD's Rent and Income Determination Quality Control Monitoring Guide; form HUD-9834 Management Review for Multifamily Housing Projects; HUD Housing Notices, in particular the current Enterprise Income Verification (EIV) Notice; HUD Memos; and HUD Listserv announcements.  Learns and adheres to SHCC's policies (SOPs and Work Plan) and contractual obligations (ACC), as updated from time to time, to reflect new or revised HUD requirements.  Accurately and effectively applies these management policies and contractual requirements in the performance of duties for assigned portfolio.  Performs general duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with SHCC's philosophy of fair, firm customer service. More>

Truck Driver/Fleet Assistant 09-18

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:  Responsible for the removal of large trash and bulk items from the Authority offices, dwelling and non-dwelling facilities, and grounds in a clean and orderly manner.  Drive and operate hydraulic boom truck, 3/4 and 1/2 ton pickup trucks during all weather conditions. Removes trash, appliances and debris from scheduled routes. Disposes trash and debris in designated dumps and cleans vehicles after disposal. Hauls appliances to recycling points and hauls raw construction materials (sand, gravel, asphalt, etc.) to sites. Submits daily haul activity report, haul tickets and purchase receipts. Performs a variety of tasks involving cleaning and maintaining buildings and grounds. Specific duties include the following. Assists in the basic operation, inspection and maintenance of a variety of vehicles and heavy equipment. Performs and reports inspection of vehicle fluid levels and hydraulic system on a daily basis and reports all repair requirements. Provides assistance and operates sewer jet equipment for the maintenance of sewer lines. Performs minor building maintenance/repair and grounds maintenance. Assist with the coordination of state inspections and transportation of HACA fleet to/from maintenance shops for mechanical services.. Sets-up and tears down meeting spaces to ensure specifications and needs for each event are met. Performs other duties as assigned. More>

 

Property Manager(Multiple Sites) - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary:: Under the general direction of the Sr. VP of Asset Based Management, performs managerial and supervisory work of considerable difficulty involving the management and operation of multiple subsidized housing developments, which includes responsibility for utilization of assigned personnel and available resources in order to accomplish Housing Authority goals.    Routinely works independently in the operation and management of developments.  Work requires the ability to interact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned. Click here for more information

Compliance Officer - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary:: Under the direction of the Sr. Vice President for ABM, the Compliance Officer-Tax Credit is responsible for assuring the housing authority is in compliance with all federal, state and local tax credit property regulations. Click here for more information

Property Manager Assistant - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Under the direction of the Property Manager – Multiple Properties, performs administrative duties of considerable difficulty involving day to day operations of one or more developments.  Work requires contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.Click here for more information

Housing Choice Voucher Program Supervisor - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Job Summary: Under the direction of the Sr. Vice President of Housing Choice Voucher Program, performs supervisory and administrative work involving the Housing Choice Voucher Program.  Develops and sets methods, deadlines, priorities, objectives and assignments for the Housing Specialists and Clerk positions.  Conducts full application interviews to determine eligibility, conducts required screening, obtains thirty party verifications for income, deductions, assets, etc., calculates maximum family share at initial occupancy  based on family income, mediates tenant-landlord disputes, audits completed recertification files and identifies and documents possible fraud cases.  Other duties include: waiting list management, tenant orientations, voucher issuance, and leasing.  This position requires technical knowledge of program rules and regulations and a high level of human relations skills.  Performs other duties as assigned. Click here for more information

Modernization Inspector - Corpus Christi Housing Authority

Under the direction of the Supervisor of CFP, performs specialized work involving the inspection, monitoring and scheduling of all Housing Authority Public Housing construction and modernization.  Responsible for development, implementation, conformance, and operation of the Housing Quality Standards Inspection Quality Control Program.  Work requires contact with the public.  Performs other duties as assigned.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Performs daily site inspections on construction projects to monitor compliance with Contract Documents.
  • Generates and maintains project status reports regarding significant events that take place on the construction site.
  • Monitors quality of workmanship, timelines of delivery of materials and of performance, need for contract charges and time extensions, and any contractor problems that may arise.
  • Charts flow of job with construction schedule.
  • Prepares and processes construction progress reports, change orders, request for payments, and any other information that the Sr. VP of CFP/Construction determines is necessary for the proper administration of the contract.
  • Meets in the office and field with contractors, property managers, city building inspectors, architects and other persons conducting business with the Housing Authority construction activities such as staging, resident relocation, and construction scheduling.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

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