Housing Planner – Salisbury, NC | 11.15.19

Name of Employer: City of Salisbury
Employer Website: https://salisburync.gov/
Salisbury, NC
Job title: Housing Planner

Job Details / Description

As a Housing Planner in the City of Salisbury, you can make a difference! The City is seeking motivated candidates who will identify and assess the feasibility of new affordable housing opportunities and preservation of existing affordable housing and develops new housing policies and programs targeted to the City’s low and moderate income residents. Main duties include but are not limited to: plans and works in coordination with the Salisbury CDC to administer funding from federal, state and local sources including CBDG and HOME; works closely with HUD field office to ensure compliance with HUD regulations; assesses project feasibility and need for City subsidy including site assessment, evaluating and underwriting proposed loans and/or grants, identifying creative financing strategies, assessment of public benefit and viability as outlined in CBDG funding guidelines; maintains and disseminates information related to the housing market conditions; and compiles statistical and historical data on housing and economic development. Join the City of Salisbury for a rich benefit plan and the opportunity to work with a team that aims to exemplify the City’s values by showing purpose, passion and priority.

Salary range: $43,679.25 – $56,783.02

Job Candidate Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with five years of experience in lending, development financing, federal funding administration, planning and/or affordable housing programs, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must have a valid NC Driver’s License
  • Strong oral and written communication skills

How to Apply

Closing Date: December 6, 2019
Please apply online at http://www.salisburync.gov/hr
For questions please call/visit:

City of Salisbury Human Resources Department
City Office Building
132 North Main Street,2nd Floor
Phone: (704)638-5217

Skills

Posted on

November 15, 2019

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