Assistant Director of Community Development, Durham, North Carolina

Assistant Director of Community Development – #2953

Housing and Community Development

Hours: Monday-Friday

Hiring Range: $73,322.00 – $95,319.00

Last Edited Date: 01/27/2012

Closing Date: 02/24/2012

The purpose of this position is to assist with direction and activities of the Community Development Department, which include the administration of HUD-funded entitlement programs and their associated requirements and managing departmental staff. This position has fiscal and reporting responsibility for the Community Development Department including developing the department budget, assuring that appropriate linkages exist between budget, funding limitations and service levels, preparing financial statements and budget reports, forecasting revenues and expenditure, presenting proposals for approval, authorizing payments and monitoring expenditures. Other administrative responsibilities include planning and prioritizing work, ensuring compliance with policy and procedure, and participating in staff development and hiring processes. The position monitors the compliance component of the entitlement programs, manages the loan portfolio, and the Departments administrative functions; participates in long range planning and organizational responsiveness for the Department and represents the Department to the public, other departments, and outside agencies.

Deadline date for application: February 24, 2012

Applications/resumes to:
Human Resources Department
101 City Hall Plaza
Durham, NC 27701
or e mail: [email protected]
or fax to (919) 560-4969

An EOE/AA employer


Bachelor’s Degree in public or business administration or related field (Master’s degree is preferred);
Nine (9) years experience including experience in Federal fund monitoring /reporting and supervisory experience;
Valid NC Class C driver’s license.

Individuals selected for conditional offers of employment must pass the City of Durham physical examination including drug and alcohol testing. A driver’s history check is conducted for applicants applying for jobs requiring a valid North Carolina Driver’s License and/or CDL. “This Agency Seeks Diversity in the Workplace”. The City of Durham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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