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PART-TIME POSITION (20-24 Hours Per Week)
Responsible for providing office support to the Customer Service and Eligibility Department. High School diploma or equivalent required.
Refer to Job Description for complete details.
STARTING SALARY: $12.00 Per Hour
YOUTH COUNSELOR – TOO GOOD FOR DRUGS PROGRAM
High school diploma, or equivalent, and valid Utah Driver’s License required. Must have one year experience working with children in social service field. Refer to Job Description for complete details.
Youth Counselor is responsible for the supervision of low income youth, ages 5-12, in the Too Good For Drugs/Violence Kids’ Program offered daily at nine public housing sites and provides on-site prevention and skill building activities for youth living in public housing.
WORK SCHEDULE:Monday – Thursday 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
STARTING SALARY: $10.50 Per Hour
TO BE ELIGIBLE – Download and complete Housing Authority Employment Application form and submit with cover letter and resume to Braidee Kolendrianos at email@example.com or fax to (801) 284-4406 by January 29th.
All prospective employees must submit a Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.PLEASE FOLLOW THE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS ON INDIVIDUAL JOB DESCRIPTIONS
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
- All employment offers are subject to the successful completion of a Drug Test and Criminal Background Check.
- Eligibility to Work – Upon hire, each new employee must complete an I-9 Form and present supporting documents establishing proof of identity and employment eligibility, as outlined in the “Immigration Reform and Control Act”.
- The Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake will not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Courtney Jackson, 504 Coordinator, at (801) 284-4421 (Voice) or (801) 284-4407 (TTD) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In accordance with HUD’s regulation 24 CFR 135.5, new job opportunities created by federal financial assistance housing and community development programs should, if possible, be directed toward low and very low income persons, particularly those who are recipients of government assistance for housing.
- Section 3 is a means by which HUD fosters local economic development, neighborhood economic improvement, and individual self-sufficiency. Section 3 is the legal basis for providing jobs for residents and awarding contracts to businesses in areas receiving certain types of HUD federal assistance.