Housing Officer Salary
The average pay for a Housing Officer is $50,028 per year. Experience has a moderate effect on salary for this job. People in this job generally don't have more than 20 years' experience.
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Job Description for Housing Officer
Housing officers perform a number of functions related to housing administration, generally on behalf of a housing association, property owner, or local agency. These individuals may go under a variety of titles such as housing managers or neighborhood service officers; they may work with the general public or with specific populations, such as college students or homeless individuals. The number and type of properties overseen by the housing officer varies depending on their employer.Read More...
The tasks performed by housing officers vary depending on their employer and their specific role. They frequently handle tasks related to tenant relations, such as processing applications, handling complaints, overseeing repairs and collecting rent. They may also supervise support staff providing functions such as maintenance; as a supervisor, housing officers are responsible for providing guidance, training, and discipline as applicable. Housing officers must provide regular reports to their employer and advise them on issues as needed.
The requirements for housing officer positions vary. Generally, employers require or prefer previous experience related to housing and overseeing property. Relevant industry certifications, as well as management experience, may be required or preferred as well. Housing officers should have excellent communication, delegation and interpersonal skills. They may also need to be proficient with basic computer programs such as the Microsoft Office suite and capable of using basic office equipment such as a phone and copy machine.
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