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City of Oceanside
Salary Range: $101,280.00 - $135,720.00 Annually
The City of Oceanside is accepting applications for current and future vacancies for the position of Housing Administrator. There is currently one vacancy in the Housing and Neighborhood Services Department. The Housing Administrator assists in planning, directing, coordinating, and evaluating the activities of the Department; assists in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of policies and programs; advises the Director on policy and program development; identifies problems and formulates appropriate solutions; provides leadership and works with supervisors to develop and retain highly competent, service-oriented staff through selection, training and day-to-day management practices that support the department's mission, objectives and service expectations; participates in programs and activities that promote workplace diversity and a positive employee relations environment; presents reports, recommendations, and information to the city council and citizen/community groups; assists in developing the department's annual budget, and monitors revenue and expenditure transactions. Serves as the liaison with public and private agencies, and provides information to other departments, the public, and agency representatives on departmental initiative activities; supervises subordinate staff; acts in the absence of the department director and performs related duties as assigned.
Candidates must possess seven years of increasingly responsible experience in public housing programs and at least four years of management level experience and two years of supervisory experience and a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration, Urban Planning or related field.
Note: Please attach a cover letter and a current resume to your application.
Deadline: 3/22/18. Please apply online at www.ci.oceanside.ca.us
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