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Richmond Behavioral Health - Rental Assistance Agent

Job Description: Culpeper, VA. Full-time position to administer the rental assistance program, and screen and determine eligibility of applicants to the program. The incumbent will perform inspections of rental housing units for compliance with VHDA policies and to ensure clients have safe and affordable housing; assist tenants in locating housing and contacts landlords to determine rental property availability; and, explain HUD and VHDA materials to applicants, verify income, assets, and expenses, and issue vouchers to approved clients. Knowledge and aptitudes in the following areas are strongly preferred: assisted housing records and procedures; principles and practices of assisted housing management; and, the ability to interpret regulatory policies and procedures and implement mandated changes. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associateís degree with major course work in real estate, property management, or a related field; and some rental assistance program experience are preferred. This is light work requiring the exertion of up to 20 pounds of force occasionally. Possession of a valid Virginia driverís license with an acceptable driving record is required.

Salary: $28,977.00 annually

How to Apply: Please visit to apply. RRCSB/AAA is an Equal Opportunity Organization. Minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Closes: Open Until Filled

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