CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Central Contract Specialist in Tampa, Florida
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Central Contract Specialist
City: Tampa, Florida, US United States
Position ID: J1021-1326
Employment Type: Full Time
CGI Federal’s Housing Compliance team that partners with a local public housing authority and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist in the provision of affordable housing has an opening for a Central Contract Specialist (CCS). This is an opportunity to join an energetic team with a collaborative management group and work with affordable housing owners and management companies within an assigned portfolio of properties. New team members receive in-depth training to prepare them for their role. Additional training and professional development opportunities are also available, both for the affordable housing industry and general business skills.
The Central Contract Specialist is responsible for managing a portfolio of assisted housing contracts to ensure the accurate and timely completion of all required tasks, which includes the following: perform detailed reconciliation of payments to property owners; assist in the submitting of budgets, requisitions and revisions; renew expired contracts; maintain positive relations with owners, residents and their representatives, neighborhood groups and local governments; perform rent adjustments including budget analysis; monitor physical inspection results in collaboration with local contract specialists; maintain customer files and records retention in accordance with policy. The work requires the ability to meet deadlines consistently and accurately.
To qualify for this position, applicants must have knowledge of HUD rules and regulations governing the HUD Section 8 project-based housing program or the ability to learn this information through the training program provided. In addition, applicants must be proficient in the use of MS Office, particularly Excel, and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as a solid understanding of general accounting principles. An undergraduate degree in business administration or related field is required.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Perform detailed reconciliation of payments to property owners
Assist in the submitting of budgets, requisitions and revisions, renew expired contracts
Maintain positive relations with owners, residents and their representatives, neighborhood
groups and local governments
Perform rent adjustments including budget analysis
Maintain customer files and maintain records in accordance with policy
Work requires the ability to meet deadlines consistently and accurately.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
1 year minimum of professional office experience
Ability to obtain knowledge of HUD rules and regulations pertaining to the HUD Section 8 project-based housing program through the training program provided
Proficiency in the use of MS Office, Excel
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
US citizenship is required due government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements
Nature of the work requires the ability to meet deadlines consistently and accurately
What you can expect from us:
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