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Open Positions

Clerk Typist II (Chambersburg)

This is moderately complex clerical work involving the regular use of a computer system and associated software programs, specifically a housing authority data base program, with occasional typing and processing of documents in a variety of forms. Read more >>>

Maintenance Aide (Chambersburg) x 2

Under general supervision, to perform a variety of semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of a variety of buildings and grounds facilities and structures; and to do related works as required. Read more >>> 

Maintenance Mechanic II (Waynesboro and Chambersburg) Under direction to perform skilled maintenance and repair work in a variety of trades; and to do related work as required. Read more >>>


Management Aide (Chambersburg)

An employee in this class performs a variety of beginning level duties to develop technical competence and understanding of an assigned program area of a housing authority.  Assigned program areas include management, administration, fiscal services, project management, occupancy and tenant relations.  Duties may involve participation in an on-the-job training program and applying the knowledge and skills acquired to the performance of duties within the program area.  Work is performed with increasing independence as skill and competency are gained.  Work is performed under the supervision of a technical or administrative superior who assigns projects, provides preliminary instructions, and reviews work for adherence to establish standards and instruction. Read more>>>

Section 8 Manager (Chambersburg)

The Section 8 Manager is responsible for the management and efficient operation of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program in accordance with the procedures of the housing authority and federal regulations. The position involves technical and administrative work of a moderately complex nature related to county-wide rental assistance programs. Work involves responsibility for a variety of functions including intake, review of applications, determining eligibility, income verification, annual reexaminations, inspection of housing units to determine if they meet federal guidelines, and the preparation of correspondence and reports as required. Work may also include initial outreach to prospective families and contact with rental property owners. Work is performed with considerable independence subject to review by the Executive Director through conferences, a review of reports and the evaluation of program results and regular supervisory meetings. Read more>>>


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