STANFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY - HIRING AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR


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Stanford Housing Authority of Lincoln County, Kentucky, located in Stanford, Kentucky is seeking a housing professional to fill the position of Executive Director.  The Executive Director reports directly to the Authority’s five (5) member Board of Commissioners.  The Executive Director oversees a staff of two (2) and has the responsibility for the planning, organizing, directing and coordination of all phases of the Authority’s programs including, but not limited to:

  • The administration of fifty (50) Public Housing units located in Stanford, Kentucky;
  • Serving as the principal advisory to the Board of Commissioners on all policy issues, making recommendations to improve methods and procedures and on updates to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Authority rules and regulations;
  • Development and execution of all administrative functions for the Authority’s programs ensuring that the programs are being effectively and efficiently administered in conformance and compliance with Housing Authority policy, State and Federal HUD regulations, local ordinances, applicable Fair Housing regulations, and State and Local laws;
  • Monitoring staff performance and providing feedback, both formally and informally, to the Board and utilizing performance appraisals and disciplinary action when appropriate;
  • Taking legal actions under the direction of the Board, subject to the policies and procedures adopted by the Board;
  • Having the care and custody of all funds of the Authority and shall oversee the deposit of these funds in the name of the Authority in such banks as the Board shall select;
  • Overseeing the books, receipts and expenditures of the Authority and rendering to the Board at each regular meeting and at other times as prescribed by the Board an accounting of the transactions and the financial condition of the Authority;
  • Overseeing the preparation of regular reports, the annual operating budget, management plans, capital financial plans and budgets, operating statements and the administration of same once approved and adopted by the Board;
  • Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with federal, state and local officials and agencies; and
  • Performing such other duties as may be required by and serve as Secretary to the Board of Commissioners.
By Tim Kitts on 05/17/2023 2:30 PM
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