Director of Asset Management & Modernization

07 May 2020 1:20 PM | Anonymous

Director of Asset Managment and Modernization 05-06-2020.pdf


This position is a senior management position that requires extensive knowledge and experience with HUD Regulations and Compliance whose purpose is to coordinate and oversee the operations of approximately 750 housing units, managing the technical and administrative functions of management, maintenance, and modernization activities, Tax Credit, Homeownership, and contract administration services for privately managed developments.  Coordinate with and supervise program staff in day-to-day management activities of Public Housing, PHC Mixed Finance/LIHTC, Homeownership, and other PHC developments.  Plan, develop and implement policies and procedures that will insure the PHC, and its residents meet all HUD and IRS regulatory requirements pertaining to the operation and occupancy of public, senior, mixed-finance  or other PHC housing programs; improve living conditions for our residents, along with monitoring the operations and budget aspects of the programs to protect and preserve the PHCs assets and programs,  and insure long-term viability of the developments, or programs, including, but not limited to, marketing, leasing, occupancy, tenant accounts receivable, maintenance, capital improvements and HUD / LIHTC Compliance. Provides training on the use of various HUD reporting systems, and our system of record.


Oversee the administration of modernization, including project planning, development, procurement, and contract administration. 



Education and Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Urban Planning, Public Administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university.  Five (5) or more years of    progressive management and supervisory experience, with at least four (4) or more years of overseeing a public or private multi-family housing management division and maintenance practices OR eight (8) years equivalent combination of education and experience in housing and commercial management.

Licenses and Certifications

Certified Property Manager® (CPM) Certification preferred.  Property Management Certification in accordance with HUD guidelines within 1year of employment.  Maintenance Management Certification within 1 year of employment.  Uniform Physical Code Standards Certification within 1 year of employment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Extensive knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to low income housing including knowledge of Housing Authority programs.  Knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of project and financial management, budgeting, data processing and landlord/tenant lease enforcement.

Knowledge of housing quality standards and maintenance of facilities including vendors and contractors accountability of work.

Ability to effectively plan, direct, and supervise the work of others, delegate responsibility and authority, and hold others accountable for tasks assigned. Operate within departmental budget.

Valid driver’s license in good standing; Eligible for coverage under the PHC fleet auto insurance.

HOW TO APPLY: APPLICATION DEADLINE  Wednesday, May 13, 2020 5:00PM

Submit letter of interest and resume prior to deadline to:

Name:               Catherine Broadbent, Executive Assistant/HR Generalist

Address:           IHC Administration Building, 4500 Inkster Rd. – Inkster, MI 48141

Email address:

Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials
169 Templar, Pinckney, Michigan  48169               Phone: 734.498.2493               Fax: 734.498.8415

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