Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
ABOUT US: Boston Housing Authority (BHA) provides quality affordable housing for low-income families and individuals through the public housing and Section 8 rental assistance programs. BHA serves more than 58,000 of Boston’s most vulnerable residents – including elderly, disabled, children and low-income families from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.
We foster vital communities that are essential to the city of Boston’s economic diversity and way of life. As the largest housing provider in Boston, we bring stability, opportunity, and peace of mind not only to the thousands of low-income families we support, but to the city as a whole.
ABOUT THE JOB:
Reports to the Renewal Manager or the New Lease Manager. The Leasing Officer is responsible for all duties relating to clients eligible for BHA leased housing programs, including certification of client eligibility, management of client’s housing search, education of landlords to program requirements, liaison for landlords and tenants with other divisions of the Leased Housing Department, preparation and execution of all necessary documents to complete leasing.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
A Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences or public administration is required. Good communication (written and oral) and negotiation skills, must be well-organized and accurate in making mathematical calculations, must be able to work well with persons of diverse backgrounds. Relevant experience may be substituted for formal education requirements
BHA BENEFITS: BHA’s generous benefits package includes 13 paid Holidays, 3 Personal Days, 2 week vacation, 3 weeks of paid sick leave, participation in the City’s pension plan, and healthcare through the Commonwealth, and much more.
For application instructions, visit https://www.bostonhousing.org/en/Job-Postings.aspx