: Euclid Technology Chief Compliance Officer

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~~ CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER    

This position oversees and manages the agency’s Housing Compliance Office to ensure all public housing programs comply with State and Federal Housing Laws, Limited English Proficiency, American Disabilities Act (ADA), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act (EEO), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; assists program managers in reviewing Federal and State laws, rules and regulations to determine their impact on the agency’s procedures, and assists program managers in determining and developing operational procedural changes.  This position reviews and investigates all programs and activities for any performance deficiencies, fraud, waste and mismanagement and recommends corrective action to the Executive Director.  

Minimum Requirement and Experience:

Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, human resources or other related field of study.

Specialized Experience:

Comparable work experience may be substituted for educational requirement on a year for year basis.  Four (4) years of progressively responsible experience which demonstrates ability as a manager of operational activities which include developing and implementing policies and procedures, experience in ADA, EEO and/or Section 504, review and evaluation of operations to obtain maximum effectiveness and efficiency, federally assisted housing programs, program planning, program budgeting, directing programs that provides staff advice and assistance to staff; giving technical advice and direction to management;  experience in training employees and making oral presentations. 

Supervisory Experience:

Two (2) years of experience in supervising others in coordinating and assigning workloads, evaluating performance, assisting in difficult and problem areas, and performing timely accomplishment of work objectives.  

 

 

 CHIEF HOUSING PLANNER

The Planning and Evaluation Office is responsible for the planning, evaluation and research activities for programs administered by the HPHA.  The office compiles, reviews and analyzes statistical, demographic and market data to identify specific levels and types of housing needs within Hawaii; assesses current and future tenant populations; works with other government agencies, developers, and community groups to identify strategies and assess needs; develops legislative proposals and reports in support of the HPHA’s plans and programs; processes changes to Hawaii Administrative Rules; and develops and maintains communication with Hawaii’s congressional delegation and the state legislature.

The incumbent is responsible for supervising and performing program planning, development, research and analysis in support of HPHA’s programs, and includes developing, planning legislative proposals, grant application, reports and rule making decision; reviews and evaluates the HPHA objectives, policies, procedures and programs.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Education:  Successful completion of a baccalaureate degree program from an accredited college or university in urban or regional planning, public administration, business administration or related fields, with at least 3 semester credit hours in statistical methods and models.

Experience:  Two (2) years of progressively complex responsible experience that required the application of research and analysis principles for the formulation of plans and programs, and policy recommendation.  Experience must have included the collection and evaluation of an extensive variety of physical, social economic and/or environmental data, determination of public opinion and general community objectives and policies to obtain a comprehensive prospective of conditions and identify problems and opportunities in the area of concern.


 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR

The HPHA’s Construction Management Branch is seeking a Contract Administrator.  This position is responsible for supervising and overseeing the staff in performing program and contract administration of selected State and Federal assisted programs for HPHA facilities, Statewide; assigns construction projects; formulates guidelines and procedures to aid in the execution of consultant and construction contracts; ensures that construction project are on schedule; conducts periodic project inspection to evaluation site and building conditions to determine when projects should be renovated or replaced; review contract award documents; conducts periodic consultation site inspection to evaluate the contractor’s and architect’s performance review.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Required Licenses, Certificates, Etc.:  Registration as a professional engineer or architect preferred.

Education: Graduation from a four-year accredited college or university with a degree in architecture or engineering is required.

Experience: Six (6) years of progressively responsible Engineering or Architectural experience as described below:

Engineering/Architectural Experience:  Four (4) years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience which required the knowledge and application of the basic physical and mathematical sciences and the engineering sciences to the solution of theoretical or practical engineering problems including planning, design and construction of buildings, structures and other facilities.  Such experience must demonstrate knowledge to understand concepts of site and building planning, design, construction, inspection, and contract administration, administration and implementation of engineering programs and projects; interpretation of systems operational requirements for improvements and maintenance; planning, design, and construction,

or

Four (4) years of professional architectural work experience in developing and preparing complete designs, drawings, specifications, estimates of buildings, structure and installations.

Supervisory/Administrative Experience: 
Two (2) years of any one or combination of the following types of experience:

1.  Supervisory Experience:  Professional engineering/architectural experience which included training subordinates, coordinating and assigning workloads, evaluating performance, assisting in difficult and problem areas, and performing timely accomplishment of work objectives, and maintaining high standards of work planning, design and construction of buildings, structures and other facilities, and/or


2. Staff Advisory Experience:  Professional engineering/architectural experience as a technical expert in a specialized area or program function performing staff advisory, consultative and/or reviewing the work of a staff of specialist assigned the planning, development, and implementation of specific projects or programs, and/or

3. Administrative Experience:  Professional engineering/architectural experience with included the planning (including budget planning and justification), organizing, staffing, policy formulation and implementation of the same and directing a program or programs.

Substitution: In lieu of education work experience may be substituted. For work experience to qualify in lieu of education, the applicant’s overall applicable work experience must have a similar scope and responsibility as to conclusively demonstrate that he/she has the ability to perform the duties and responsibilities for which he/she is being considered; e.g. must possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Job ID
1306
Job Title
Chief Compliance Officer
Application Deadline
03/01/2019
Salary Range
no minimum salary specified - no maximum salary specified
Job Major Category
Job Posting
Job Location
Honolulu, HI
Website
www.phada.org/index.php 

Contact Information

Name
Pagala, Mary
Phone Number
(808) 832-5978
Email
hphajobs@hawaii.gov 
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