|The Accounting Tech--Accounts Payable works as a member of the Finance Team under the direction of the Assistant Finance Director. The Accounting Technician receives invoices, issues payments, and assists with balancing, adjusting, and maintaining various accounts. This position supports the Authority’s accounting functions in accordance with GAAP accounting and auditing principles.
|KCDC is seeking an individual with the desire to assist with the management of a residential community including responsibility for leasing vacant apartments, completing recertifications, conducting inspections, and sending tenant notices. The community may have a mix of market rate/workforce units, Low Income Public Housing, (LIPH)Low Income Tax Housing Credit (LIHTC) units and/or Project Based Rental Assistance.
The Assistant Property Manager is a non-supervisory classification. However, in the absence of the Property Manager, the Assistant Property Manager may supervise site staff. The entire KCDC team works together to improve the quality of life of our residents, to ensure well-maintained and attractive properties, and to design outstanding business and professional protocols to achieve maximum funding to expand affordable housing in Knoxville and Knox County.
|The Director of Asset Management will be responsible for developing and implementing standard reporting protocols to lenders, investors and other stakeholders; overseeing the development and implementation of short-term and long-term capital plans; adherence to compliance requirements typical of affordable housing properties; identifying and implementing operational improvements; and preparing properties for successful year-15 transactions. The Director of Asset Management will report directly to the Vice President of Redevelopment and will work closely with other KCDC executive and director-level staff. This position will be full-time and onsite at KCDC’s main office in Knoxville, TN.
|Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced development leader who shares our passion for public service to be our first Development/Major Gifts Director. This is an exciting opportunity to join a major initiative that will change the Knoxville landscape while helping to further KCDC’s mission to provide the highest quality affordable housing in Knoxville.
In partnership with the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Policies, you will drive the development and execution of a comprehensive fundraising plan around Transforming Western. This is a two-year grant funded position; however, there is the possibility of creating a full-time permanent position based on success and future need.
|The Leasing and Occupancy Specialist works as a member of a property management team. This position is responsible for leasing vacant apartments and day-to-day office procedures (leasing, recertifications, inspections, tenant notices). The community may have a mix of market rate / workforce units, Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) units and/or Project Based Rental Assistance (Multi-family). The site must comply with all company policies and all relevant laws and regulations.
|KCDC is seeking an individual with the desire to manage the maintenance and repair of apartment buildings. The incumbent plans, schedules, assigns, supervises, and coordinates the work of a maintenance crew in the performance of skilled tasks in several of the mechanical and building trades. The community may have a mix of market rate/workforce units, Low Income Public Housing, (LIPH)Low Income Tax Housing Credit (LIHTC) units and/or Project Based Rental Assistance.
Your direct team may consist of the following positions depending on the size of the assigned property: Apartment Maintenance Technician(s) and Custodian. The entire KCDC team works together to improve the quality of life of our residents, to ensure well-maintained and attractive properties, and to design outstanding business and professional protocols to achieve maximum funding to expand affordable housing in Knoxville and Knox County.
|The Maintenance Tech I performs general janitorial work to maintain assigned KCDC buildings and grounds. This position is responsible for keeping common areas clean and clear of debris to reduce risk to residents, visitors, and staff.
Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation offers the Apartment Maintenance Technician an outstanding opportunity for personal investment and service to the citizens of Knoxville and Knox County. KCDC’s workforce consists of 150 members who work together to provide affordable quality housing and life-changing opportunities to its program clients. We are seeking an individual with the desire to lift up others by personal investment of time, talents and vocation in the furtherance of KCDC’s mission.
The Apartment Maintenance Technician performs skilled work in the maintenance and repair of apartment buildings and building fixtures. The incumbent works as a member of a maintenance crew and performs a variety of skilled tasks in several mechanical and building trades.
TO BE EFFECTIVE IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL NEED
• Passion to serve our local community through the work at KCDC
• Technical knowledge to perform the essential job functions
• Strong attention to details
• Excellent problem-solving skills
• Ability to communicate effectively
High School Graduation or GED and supplemented by completion of appropriate apprenticeship programs, or in-service training programs. Proficiency in the following mechanical and building craft trades: electrical, appliance repair, plumbing, and carpentry. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Preference may be given to applicants who hold the Certificated Apartment Maintenance Technician designation and/or have experience using Yardi Voyage software for work orders.
Must have a valid driver’s license and safe driving history.
|Under the supervision of the Sr. Occupancy Specialist, the Occupancy Specialist performs specialized technical and clerical work supporting various types of Section 8 housing programs. The Occupancy Specialist examines eligibility of KCDC clients and prospective clients for rental assistance, processes monthly housing assistance payments to landlords, and processes utility allowance payments to the utility company.
|Under supervision of the Senior Accountant-Payroll, the Accounting Technician II-Payroll generates payroll on a biweekly basis, resolve payroll issues with employees, assists with the timely remittance of reports and reconciliation of payroll related accounts. This position requires independent judgment in daily activities and receives general instructions on special projects or new assignments.
TO BE EFFECTIVE IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL NEED
• Passion to serve our local community through the work at KCDC
• Skill in processing payroll
• Excellent time management skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Proficient using Excel to create spreadsheets
• A positive attitude and ability to think outside the box
|KCDC is seeking an individual with the desire to manage all aspects of a residential community including responsibility for marketing, leasing, legal, financial, and administrative functions. The community may have a mix of market rate/workforce units, Low Income Public Housing, (LIPH)Low Income Tax Housing Credit (LIHTC) units and/or Project Based Rental Assistance.
Your direct team may consist of the following positions depending on the size of the assigned property: an Assistant Property Manager, Leasing and Occupancy Specialist (s), Maintenance Supervisor, Apartment Maintenance Technician(s), and Custodian. The entire KCDC team works together to improve the quality of life of our residents, to ensure well-maintained and attractive properties, and to design outstanding business and professional protocols to achieve maximum funding to expand affordable housing in Knoxville and Knox County.
This is an exciting opportunity to work on all aspects of multifamily development from concept design through lease-ups while helping to further KCDC’s mission to provide the highest quality affordable housing in Knoxville. The Associate will have demonstrable financial analysis and project management experience and the ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines. This position requires the Associate to work both as part of a team and independently on complex assignments.
The Real Estate Development Associate will support the execution of KCDC’s affordable housing development platform by performing financial analyses of development opportunities, pursuing funding sources (such as LIHTC equity) and closing of real estate transactions. The Associate will also play an integral role by interfacing with governmental agencies (local, state and federal), lenders, equity partners, consultants, architects, contractors, and KCDC’s executive leadership. The Associate will also support KCDC’s role as Redevelopment Agency for the City of Knoxville by providing economic analysis to evaluate various economic development incentives, manage existing redevelopment districts and assist the City of Knoxville on various other redevelopment initiatives.
|Under the supervision of the Section 8 Director, the Special Programs Administrator is responsible for administering all aspects of one or more Section 8 programs to ensure decent, affordable, and fiscally sound housing. The program is comprised of Project Based Vouchers, Family Unification Vouchers, Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing Vouchers, Mainstream Vouchers and Moderate Rehabilitation. The incumbent is responsible for supervision of staff, regulatory compliance, resident/occupancy issues, and community/resident relations.
|KCDC has internship positions available for highly qualified students interested in learning more about affordable housing. Positions will provide an enhancement to the education experience and are available in policy, geography, agriculture, architecture, accounting, law, and related fields. This opportunity will provide the intern with an opportunity to become very familiar with subsidized housing and the importance of affordable housing.
KCDC serves as the public housing authority for both the City of Knoxville and Knox County and the redevelopment agency for the City of Knoxville. KCDC provides affordable housing at 20 separate sites for some 3,500 families and individuals while concurrently administering some 4,000 section 8 vouchers.
KCDC strives to improve neighborhoods and communities by providing quality affordable housing, advancing development initiatives, and fostering self-sufficiency. The intern will join that mission by working with our main office team and may also be located at KCDC owned properties.