$150K — $200K *
The Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary (ADAS) for Public Housing and Voucher Programs (PHVP) reports directly to the Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) for Public Housing and voucher Programs. The ADAS is authorized on behalf of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Housing and Voucher Programs to supervise the development, implementation and management of PHVP programs, including but not limited to public housing operating subsidies, housing choice and special purpose vouchers, grants for public housing programs, resident organizations, management, and involvement opportunities, economic self sufficiency, and elderly service coordinators. In addition, the incumbent oversees the development and administration of PHVP program operating policies and regulations, program budget allocations and distribution formulas, PHVP program training and technical assistance, and special initiatives as directed by the DAS for Public Housing and Voucher Programs. The incumbent is also responsible for providing representation within the Department (headquarters and field), among federal agencies, and outside organizations as it concerns PHVP areas of responsibility.
The incumbent must have a knowledge of public housing, housing vouchers and moderate rehabilitation programs, as well as all HUD programs that interface with the Division for which he/she is responsible. Incumbent must understand how Headquarters organizations interface with public housing agencies, field offices, advocacy groups, and program participants involved in PIH programs.
These offices include the following divisions.
The Public Housing Financial Management Division – develops policies, standards and procedures pertaining to the operating fund and its financial management by Public Housing Agencies (HAs), as well as modeling and technical assistance related to the operating fund. Tracks and assesses HA needs vis a vis the performance funding system (PFS) and produces regulations, guidance and training pertaining to income generation and retention by Has, and the calculation of allowable expense levels under the PFS, or successor systems.
The Public Housing Management and Occupancy Division – develops occupancy policies, standards and procedures pertaining to methods and administrative requirements for public housing, management and operations, policy for public housing and Family Self-Sufficiency Programs. Oversees the review, approval and/or denial of designated housing plans submitted by HAs.
Office of Housing Voucher Programs - the nation’s Largent rent subsidy program and serves over 2.2 million families. It is the largest program at HUD and represents over half of HUD’s overall budget.
The Housing Voucher Financial Management Division – responsible for the implementation, management, and monitoring of all financial aspects of the rental, voucher, and moderate rehabilitation programs. Responsible for tax credit cases involving subsidy layering. Determines funding requirements for renewals of expiring Annual Contributions Contracts and amendment funding requirements in connection with the federal budget.
The Housing Voucher Management and Operations Division – responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating policies, standards and procedures for maintaining compliant performance and best practices by public housing agencies and for the administration of tenant-based housing voucher programs and project-based voucher program.
The Financial Management Center – responsible for reviewing and approving all financial documents relating to housing vouchers administered by housing agencies and private entities such as management agent and owners. Ensures the accuracy of automated systems.
Quality Assurance – responsible for onsite monitoring and evaluation of the Voucher and disaster programs. Provides technical assistance to PHAs and other contractors that administer voucher program assistance; develops review protocols that ensure program compliance.
Program Support – responsible for the voucher program systems; conducts quantitative and qualitative analysis to support the other program divisions; develops recommendations and provides system support across the range of voucher programs.
Valid through: 9/7/2020
$150K — $200K
23 days ago