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Housing Specialist -- Scott County CDA

At the Scott County CDA, we invest in possibilities to live and work in Scott County. In this role, you will be a vital part of the housing department by managing a caseload of Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance participants which includes determining eligibility for housing assistance and providing explanation of programs and reviewing the content of various documents; assessing the need for rent calculations and processing changes by verifying appropriate information; maintaining accurate files; records and posting actions and changes to Agency computer systems.

Do I qualify?

You will need 3-5 years of experience serving diverse populations in rental assistance program administration or subsidized property rental and leasing.

You will need Bachelor’s Degree with coursework in housing or business administration, social work, or related field. Equivalent combined education and experience will be considered by having of 5-7 years of directly related experience for an Associate’s Degree and 7-10 years of directly related experience for a High School Diploma or Equivalent. 

To learn more go to the Scott County CDA website:

·         Job Description

·         Salary Information

·         Benefit Information 

·         Holiday and Paid Time Off 

The dead-line for returning your fully completed application to the CDA is MONDAY, August 24, 2020, at 12:00 p.m.  Return your application to or mail/drop in drop-box at 323 South Naumkeag Street, Shakopee, MN  55379.

RFP: Project Leader -- Scott County CDA

Introduction: Scott County CDA seeks requests for proposals from interested and qualified entities to act as the Homeless Starts with Home Project Leader. The goal of this project will be to design a Student-Focused Housing Stabilization Program within the Shakopee School District and integrate it within the broader Scott County Homeless Response system. This is an 11- month contract beginning 9/1/20 and ending 7/31/21 or until the goals of the position have been accomplished. 

MN Housing’s Homework Starts with Home Program Description: Homework Starts with Home is a grant program focused on addressing homelessness and housing instability among students and their families. A study conducted by public and charter schools across Minnesota identified 8,079 students who were experiencing homelessness on October 1, 2018. The students attended 1,387 schools and educational programs statewide, spanning 308 school districts and 78 counties. 

Homelessness disproportionally impacts certain populations, such as African American students, American Indian students, students with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning/queer (LGBTQ) young people. After more than a decade of continuous growth, the trajectory of student homelessness in Minnesota may be changing. School-based studies for students experiencing homelessness have seen lower numbers two years in a row, which also follow a period of significant decrease in families experiencing homelessness identified through Minnesota’s annual Point-in-Time count. The goal of Homework Starts with Home is to maintain and accelerate this trajectory, and to promote more effective responses to the needs of students. 

Homework Starts with Home uses funding from two sources: the Family Homelessness Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP) and the Housing Trust Fund (HTF) rental assistance program to prevent homelessness whenever possible and if homelessness does occur, to help make sure that it is rare, brief, and non-recurring. ( ge%2FEXTStandardLayout

Scott County Homework Starts with Home Project Leader Position Background: In response to research and the current numbers of families and students experiencing homelessness in Scott County, representatives from the Scott County CDA, Scott County Health and Human Services, Community Action Partnership of Carver, Scott, and Dakota Counties, and the Shakopee Public School District met in early January of 2020. 

In the meeting, it was determined that the current supports to assist students and families who are experiencing homelessness were working in isolation from one another and better coordination was needed to fully identify the problem and meet the growing needs of students and families who are homeless in the school districts. There was also consensus that a coordinated, collaborative response to student homelessness needed to be developed prior to requesting funds from MN Housing for a Homeless Starts with Home Program. 

A decision, therefore, was made to apply for the MN Housing Homework Starts with Home Planning Grant with the end goal of designing a Student-Focused Stabilization Program in the Shakopee School District first because it has the highest population of homeless students among all Scott County School Districts (According to the MN Department of Education Data, 51 students reported as experiencing homeless as of October of 2019). Once piloted, the program would then be implemented within the other 5 Scott County School Districts. 

Scott County CDA, acting as the lead applicant, was awarded $40,000 for the Homework Starts with Home Planning grant, with $36,400 being designated towards the hire of a consultant and the remaining $3,600 for workshops, trainings, IT, supplies, and marketing materials. 

Interested and qualified entities are invited to submit a proposal to do the following activities: 

• Leverage existing collaborative groups, such as Scott Family Net, to convene key partners (Scott County CDA, Scott County Health and Human Services, Community Action Partnership of Carver, Scott, and Carver Counties, Shakopee Public Schools) and those with lived experiences to assist in the design of the program. 

• Build new partnerships that expand housing opportunities, that reach families with children at younger ages and families with higher risk factors for becoming homeless. 

• Coordinate student homelessness access points and develop common data points across the school districts and homeless response systems for Scott County in order to identify and track students who are homeless. 

• Create a system of communication between the school districts and homeless response systems. 

• Develop a coordinated system to evaluate student achievement and housing stabilization across the schools districts and homeless response systems. 

• Institute a holistic, two generational approach to assessment and intervention that will address the needs of the whole family across schools and homeless response systems and ensures that all students and families are quickly connected to and able to access all housing stabilization services at all levels of housing instability (light touch prevention, prevention, shelter, re-housing, short term housing, long term housing). 

• Administration of the MN Housing Homework Starts with Home Planning Grant Contract and Budget including assistance with the completion of expenditure and narrative reports. 

Contents of Request for Proposal: Executive Summary: How will you approach this contract? List any projected metrics of success. 

Overview and Qualifications: Describe in detail the work that the entity has conducted in the past including experience working in multi-disciplinary and collaborative settings and structures; expertise related to children’s mental health, homelessness/housing programs, or human and social service programs; and management and human service leadership experience. Include the size of the sole lead agency and any key partners, types of service that are provided, geographic location, community partnerships or collaborations, and strengths of the staff or previous achievements that contribute to the reputation and specialty of the agency in the community. In describing your strengths and previous achievements, give evidence of your ability to meet the key skills for this position including: Group facilitation, convening, consensus building, stakeholder engagement, project management (program planning, design, and evaluation), process management, compliance, and budgeting. 

Project Description & Management: Describe how you would approach the project activities, specific deliverables, timeline and target audience. Your project description should clearly describe who will do what, when and serve as the action plan for your project if funded. Additionally, describe how COVID may impact your approach, especially as it relates to how to effectively engage and recruit collaborative partners. 

Conclusion: Why should Scott County CDA fund your proposal to provide services? 

Contractor Fact Sheet: Name, email and telephone number of the key contact person (manager or supervisor) must be clearly indicated. 

Key Staff: Please attach a list of key staff, role on the project, qualifications, and the number and the number of hours each person is scheduled to work on the project. 

Budget: A detailed budget must be submitted including allocations of funds adequate to support each of the functions described. 

Timeline for Submission of Proposal 

Monday, July 27, 2020: Release of RFP 

Friday, August 21, 2020: Proposals due by 4:00 p.m. CST 

Week of August 24, 2020: Review, ranking and selection 

Week of August 31, 2020: Offer of contract and anticipated start of services 

Contracts: Contracts will be awarded to successful candidate(s) for a term of 9/1/20-7/31/21. The length of the contract term may vary based on the outcome of services provided, however, cannot extend past 7/31/21. 

Payment: Scott County CDA has allocated $36,400 for this RFP for the time period of September 1, 2020-July 31, 2021. 

Questions: Contact Molly Link, at or at 952-402-9022 

Submit Proposals in PDF format to: Molly Link, Assistant Housing Director with Scott County CDA at

Request for Proposals closes on Friday, August 21, 2020 at 4:00pm. 

Project BAsed Housing Manager -- Scott county cda

Project Based Housing Manager, Full-time, 8:00-4:30, M-F, Shakopee, MN

At the CDA, love what you do!

The Scott County CDA Housing Team is looking for a dedicated team player for the position of PROJECT BASED HOUSING MANGER 

At the Scott County CDA, we invest in possibilities to live and work in Scott County. In this role, you will be a vital part of the housing department by managing CDA-owned and other Project Based programs including supervising staff, ensuring properties always look great, following all program regulations and laws, coordinating inspections, communicating with diverse tenants, mediating disputes, exhibiting excellent customer service, performing monthly accounting updates and much more!

Do I qualify?

You will need 3-5 years of experience serving diverse populations in housing program administration or property rental and leasing, as well as staff supervision experience. 

You will need Bachelor’s Degree with coursework in housing or business administration, social work, or related field. Equivalent combined education and experience will be considered by having of 5-7 years of directly related experience for an Associate’s Degree and 7-10 years of directly related experience for a High School Diploma or Equivalent. 

To learn more go to the Scott County CDA website:

The dead-line for returning your fully completed application to the CDA is MONDAY August 17, 2020, at 12:00 p.m.  Return your application to or mail/drop in drop-box at 323 South Naumkeag Street, Shakopee, MN  55379.

HRA Administrator -- City of Bloomington

Job Title: Housing & Redevelopment Authority Administrator

Closing Date/Time: Position Open Until Filled 

Wage: $108,309.00 - $126,352.00 Annually 

Status: Full-Time; Benefits-Eligible; Non-Union; Exempt 

Location: 1800 W. Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, Minnesota 

The City of Bloomington is seeking an individual to provide leadership, planning, coordination and ongoing management of the Housing & Redevelopment Authority, in a manner that will advance its mission to increase housing opportunity for low and moderate income persons, preserve the existing affordable housing inventory and foster commercial, industrial and residential development and redevelopment. 

The HRA Administrator is a member of the Community Development Department’s leadership team and works in partnership with the Department’s other divisions on strategic planning, problem solving, team building and the sharing of information, in order to ensure all divisions and the overall department successfully achieve their mission. 

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in planning, housing, public administration, or closely related field and six years of professional experience in the housing and redevelopment field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 

Four years responsible experience in a leadership or supervisory role. 

Demonstrated knowledge of policies, regulations, and practices that impact a housing and redevelopment authority. 

Demonstrated effective oral, written and graphic communication skills. 

Superior organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. 

Ability to work with diverse populations. 

Ability to handle multiple high priority tasks simultaneously. 

Position Open Until Filled. 

We will begin reviewing applications on July 23, 2020. 

Apply: Apply online at The City of Bloomington is an AA/EEO Employer. 

Assistant Director -- Metropolitan Council HRA

Application deadline is Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 11:59pm

Position Details and Application

Senior UnderWriter -- Minnesota Housing

Position available at Minnesota Housing Finance Agency 

Who may apply: This position is open to bidders and qualified Minnesota Housing employees simultaneously. This vacancy will be filled in accordance with contract provisions. Eligible bidders will be considered prior to filling the position via other means.

POSTING DATE: 06/12/2020 EXPIRATION DATE: 06/26/2020

DIVISION: Multifamily - Underwriting

SUPERVISOR: Anne Heitlinger

JOB CLASS: Housing Development Office Senior

EMPLOYMENT CONDITION: Full-time, Unlimited, Classified

Minnesota Housing is hiring! Minnesota Housing is a mission focused bank that is seeking a qualified Underwriter candidate in the Multifamily Underwriting team. The position is responsible for processing funding applications to determine if submitted projects meet Agency guidelines and strategic priorities. The position will apply the Agency's underwriting standards and review applications to assess financial feasibility and strength. Once selected for funding, the position will review and approve due diligence, assess financial feasibility as the project moves through to closing, test assumptions, analyze various financial scenarios, and problem solve. The position will also create and present initial selection funding recommendations as well as the final mortgage credit report recommendations. You ll have the opportunity to work with a great team of professionals that create and preserve multifmaily affordable rental housing for Minnesotans. 

Essential Job Duties: 

  • Responsible for reviewing applications for funding
  • Compare proposals to program regulations and determine the best financing options 
  • Generate and test multiple assumptions, trends, financing scenarios and review financial feasibility Oversee all steps in the underwriting process that includes: sizing amortizing debt, soft debt and tax credits, working with external customers and funders, and working with Agency staff across the division (e.g. supportive housing, asset management, legal) Act as the Agency point of contact for applicants and developers
  • Problem solve and collaborate with the developer and other funders as a project moves to closing Provide technical assistance as needed to potential applicants, to facilitate applications that are competitive and meet Minnesota Housing selection and funding criteria 

Minimum Qualifications 

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Housing, Real Estate Community Development/Planning, or a related field AND two (2) years of demonstrated experience in multifamily underwriting, multifamily loan servicing or affordable housing finance or program experience. For this role, single family lending experience or mortgage banking experience is insufficient.
  • Three years of demonstrated experience as described above will substitute for a Bachelor's degree Experience in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Knowledge of multifamily financing structures and funding sources (such as from a developer or lender (government or bank)) Ability to analyze underwriting proposals that involve multiple financing sources and financial deal structures Interpersonal skills to develop strong collaborations as well as manage internal and external relationships 
  • Ability to negotiate legal agreements and business points with developers and other funders ð· Ability to master details of multiple projects, while managing multiple projects strategically 
  • Possess thoroughness and attention to detail 

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Master's Degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Housing, Real Estate
  • Community Development/Planning 

Physical Requirements 

  • Requires occasionally lifting and/or carrying such articles as file folders, ledgers, and small tools. ð· 
  • A certain amount of walking and standing is often necessary in carrying out job duties 

Additional Requirements This position requires the successful completion of the following: 

  • Reference Check
  • Job- related Criminal Background Check
  • Driver s License Check 

Annual Salary Range $54,163 - $79,950 annually 

To Apply: External candidates should apply via this web link: G

 Internal candidates who are interested in applying should go to Employee Self Service > Careers and search for Job ID 40574. 

Why Choose Minnesota Housing? Our culture consists of passionate, mission-driven employees focused on delivering the best programs possible to help Minnesotans access safe, affordable housing. We invest in our employees futures by providing a variety of professional development opportunities. We re committed to providing 

employees with work-life balance by offering many work schedule options, flexible schedules and limited overtime. That s why our average employee tenure is 11 years. 

At Minnesota Housing, we know that affordable housing is an essential part of Minnesota s infrastructure. When you work here, you re helping to build stronger communities. We also have a national reputation as one of the finest housing finance agencies in the country. 

Our top notch benefits include extremely inexpensive health insurance for employees and dependents, generous vacation and sick leave plans, eleven holidays per year, and tuition assistance. We offer a defined benefit pension plan with a guaranteed, life-long benefit based on tenure plus pre-tax and ROTH options to supplement the pension. For more information, visit our website at

Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer This information can be made available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling (651) 259.3637 or (651) 282.2699 (TTY).

RFP: Section 8 Project based voucher -- Rice county HRA

Deadline for proposals is Friday, June 26th by 4:30pm

Proposal Details

RFP: Strategic Planning Facilitator -- Red wing hra

THE RED WING HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (HRA) will accept proposals for a Strategic Planning Facilitator for the development of a Strategic Plan for the HRA until 2:00 PM on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, at Red Wing HRA, located at 428 West Fifth Street, Red Wing, MN  55066.

This Request for Proposals may be accesses at the following link:

Physical copies of the Request for Proposals may be obtained at the Red Wing HRA office free of charge beginning June 1, 2020.  Please call ahead at 651-388-7571 so we may be prepared with a copy. You may also request an electronic copy by email or fax from  Questions regarding the Request for Proposals can be addressed to Randal Hemmerlin, Executive Director at (651) 301-7028.

In our attempts to help lessen the spread of COVID-19, the Red Wing HRA Offices are closed to the public until further notice. Staff will still be working during office hours of Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. If you need assistance, please call 651-388-7571. Staff will processing all documents through email, postal mail and fax.

Where appropriate, the bidder must comply with Executive Order 11246, Federal Labor Standards, Equal Opportunity requirements, and related program requirements as detailed in the Contract Documents.






Deadline for Proposals is Friday, June 26th by 2:00pm

Proposal Details and Submission Materials

Executive Director -- BRainerd HRA

Executive Director: Brainerd HRA

Salary Range: $85,000 to $105,000

Nestled in the heart of the Lakes Country is the City of Brainerd, Minnesota. Brainerd is one of the largest cities in central Minnesota and is home to 13,732 residents who enjoy all this City has to offer. 

Qualifications for the position include a bachelor’s degree in business, real estate, public administration, or related field, and demonstrated experience in housing management, community development, public administration or a closely related field. Possess the National Development Council (NDC) Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP) Certification within four years of employment.  Desired qualifications include Public Housing Manager (PHM) Certification and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Specialist Certification. 

The position profile is available at

To apply, go to, and complete the process by April 15, 2020. Finalists will be selected on May 4, 2020, and final interviews are scheduled for May 27, 2020. 

Please direct questions to Gary Weiers at or 612-920-3320 x109.

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