Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner
1 vacancy in the following locations:
Work Schedule is Career/Career Conditional - Full-time
Opened Tuesday 1/10/2017
Closes Tuesday 1/17/2017
Salary Range $88,501.00 to $121,857.00 / Per Year
Series & GradeGS-0301-13/13
Promotion Potential 13
Supervisory Status No
About the Agency
The Office of Housing provides vital public services through its nationally administered programs. It oversees the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), the largest mortgage insurer in the world, and regulates important parts of the housing industry. The Office of Housing also helps ensure consumers can access housing counseling and provides affordable rental housing through its Multifamily housing program. The Office of Housing is committed to helping all Americans obtain safe, decent affordable housing.
The Office of Healthcare Programs (OHP) administers FHA's healthcare programs, the Section 232 Mortgage Insurance for Residential Care Facilities and Section 242 Mortgage Insurance for Hospitals programs. Both programs enable the affordable financing and refinancing of healthcare facility projects and are integral to HUD’s community development mission. OHP’s programs assist hospitals and residential care facilities (such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities) to more reasonably finance construction, renovation, acquisition, or refinancing projects. These programs strengthen local communities, improve access to healthcare, and decrease overall healthcare costs.
Join the Healthcare Programs Team today and make a difference in improving healthcare in America!
This position is located in the Federal Housing Commissioner, Assistant Secretary for Housing, Office of Healthcare Programs
As a Program Specialist, you will:
- Perform administrative work, which includes management of an office’s schedule or day-to-day plans. Develop long-range plans for new or complex programs. Work with top management to develop long-range management plans for the efficient and effective operation of the organization. Make the best use of present resources, planning for future needs and implementation of new resources. Assist with the coordination of all requests for additional resources, working closely with others to pull together comprehensive short-range and long-range plans.
- Act as a liaison or handle the communication with persons and/or groups within and outside of an organization or office. Act as primary liaison with critical persons and groups both inside and outside of the organization; exercising full commitment authority.
- Plan and/or support committees, boards, symposia, or conferences. Direct activities of key groups that have a major impact on the agency.
- Recommend or determine membership which frequently includes experts from outside the organization. Develop broad group charters where applicable. Design and develop agendas. Direct proceedings. Manage development of minutes and necessary follow-up on actions.
- Research and/or analyze problems, issues, or program requirements. Provide expert analysis and advice on complex program issues. Based on operations and changing program requirements, identify relevant issues. Collect relevant information from many varied sources, some of which are difficult to access. Devise new analytical techniques to evaluate findings and make authoritative recommendations.
- Plan and/or accomplish special projects. Manage special projects for major office or program issues of broad impact. Conceive and implement new initiatives and projects to strengthen, facilitate, and integrate programs. Undertake or participate in special projects, ongoing analyses, investigations and initiatives that have high priority for high-level management. This may involve producing complex analyses and written reports; organizing special committees, workshops, or other gatherings; initiating program reviews; developing or fostering cross-agency activities.
- Occasional Travel
- 1-3 times per year
How to Apply