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Are you a motivated, energetic, and creative individual interested in working for an organization making a difference for the people in your community? Are you interested in joining an agency developing cutting edge affordable housing policies and programs? The award-winning Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is seeking talented individuals to join us in making a difference with the people in our community.
To prepare and implement a wide variety of environmental programs in areas of integrated waste management, water conservation and other resources. The purpose of this recruitment is to fill a current vacancy, as well as establish an eligibility list for future vacancies.
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As one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the Bay Area and a designated Moving To Work (MTW) agency, the award-winning Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is seeking talented individuals looking to make a difference in Silicon Valley. HACSC is an independent local government agency that administers the federal Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program for approximately 19,000 households and manages more than 2,000 units of affordable housing in Santa Clara County.
The City of Sunnyvale is seeking a Housing Officer to oversee the Housing Division in the Community Development Department; responsible for the City's affordable housing programs and human services funding. The ideal candidate will be a passionate affordable housing professional known for being creative and solution-oriented and will be well-versed in state and federal housing legislation and familiar with the unique challenges presented by California's housing market.
The RWF is one of the largest advanced wastewater treatment facilities in the nation and treats water from homes and businesses in the cities of San José, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, and unincorporated areas within Santa Clara County. The RWF serves a population of over 1.4 million people and has the capacity to treat 167 million gallons of wastewater per day. The RWF is now more than 50 years old and in need of a significant rehabilitation through the Capital Improvement Program (CIP).