$22.83-$38.76 Hourly / $47,486.40-$80,620.80 Yearly
Salary Grade: 814
Managing a caseload of housing rehabilitation, housing demolitions and home improvement loans from the point in time that the client is deemed income eligible through the construction/demolition contract process. This includes, but is not limited to, title review, environmental review, developing scopes of work, procurement of contractors, the encumbrance of funds and awards contracts. Individuals in this class will be required to understand and properly interpret regulations promulgated by funders such as HUD, understand and properly interpret overlaying local, state and federal rules and regulations such as the URA, Lead Based Paint and asbestos abatement measures, and understand and properly interpret and use local codes.
Perform tasks to establish ownership of real property relating to eligibility including title research through the County Assessors/Recorders records; meeting with clients to review and resolve title issues; prepare and record instruments.
Perform tasks relating to HUD and the EPA's environmental processes.
Perform tasks relating to the City's Historic Preservation regulations.
Assess and incorporate the appropriate mitigation measures relating to Asbestos and Lead Based Paint in determining the scope of work.
Perform inspections to determine the necessary scope of repairs, develops work specifications and projects job cost estimates. This requires knowledge of construction and the ongoing knowledge of current building codes and ordinances.
Underwrite and prepare loan and lien documents.
Develop contracts of participation between the Homeowner and the Funder(s). Encumber funds through the City accounting system coordinating a hierarchy in the use of leveraged funding.
Develop contracts between the homeowner and building/construction contractors. Manage the bid process and contract award process.
Coordinate the construction with inspector/estimators to insure that the project proceeds as intended, process change orders as deemed necessary to insure that funds are managed appropriately.
Maintain project case files form inception to completion, including but not limited to IDIS open/close, lien and project database management.
Perform general assistance to clients relating to intake, applications, eligibility and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Level & Type: Associate’s Degree
Minimum Experience Qualifications: At least 2 years construction, construction management, housing rehabilitation
Lead Based Paint Assessor Certification
Blood Lead (ZPP)
50 lb Lift Test
FLSA Status: Exempt
Occupational Group Code: 11
Occupation Group Description: Community Services
EEO Job Category Code: F
EEO Job Category Description: Office and Clerical
Organizational Level: Coordinator
Bargaining Unit: No Representation
The following information pertains to driving requirements for this classification with the City of Tucson. Under "Driving Level" None, Secondary or Primary, refers to the driving responsibility as it relates to the essential functions of the classification. License Type, is just that, the type of Arizona Driving License required for the classification. If the position requires a Commercial Drivers License (CDL), the endorsements will be listed under "Endorsements." Under Safety Sensitive a "Yes" means employees with this classification are subject to pre-employment and random drug testing. License Type A,B,C,D,or M may require the use of personal or City vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record. Use of a personal vehicle for City business will be prohibited if the employee is not authorized to drive a City vehicle or if the employee does not have personal insurance coverage. Exceptions to classification driving requirement's may exist based on position.
Driving Level: Secondary
License Type: Valid and Unrestricted D - Driver
CDL Endorsements: None
Safety Sensitive: No