Applications will be maintained for one year. Applicants should continue to reach out to HR as positions are posted.
Welcome to the Colorado Springs Housing Authority job site. The Housing Authority is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Our personnel work as a team to deliver our values and mission to the citizens of this community. We are devoted to community investment and seek organizational success by investing in our employees.
The Housing Authority follows the Federal Code of Regulations, Section 3 housing guidelines, to provide economic opportunities for low- and very low-income persons. In compliance with Section 3 procedures, all open positions are advertised by posting flyers in common areas or other prominent areas of housing development(s), posted in local media, and other public areas to ensure appropriate levels of circulation. To promote additional efforts to recruit low-and very low-income persons, The Housing Authority works with the local unemployment compensation office (Pikes Peak Workforce Center), to increase circulation of employment opportunities.
Vacancies are posted on our website on the Human Resources page. In addition to posting on the website, vacancies for certain positions are advertised with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, posted in the Housing Authority common areas, and in various printed publication throughout the City, including the Gazette and trade journals.
If you are offered employment with the Housing Authority, you must satisfactorily complete a drug test, background check and applicable pre-employment screenings. You must show proof of eligibility to work in the US with appropriate identification. All documents must be current and at least one must include a photograph.
If you have problems with the application process, or require an accommodation to access the website due to a disability, please contact the Human Resource Department at 719-387-6700, fax 719-632-7807, or email HumanResources@csha.us
The Colorado Springs Housing Authority reserves the right to change postings, testing, screening, or selection processes at any time, without prior notice.
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