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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
1/20/2018
Job Category:
Administration
Clerk Typist
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Job Description

BROCKTON HOUSING AUTHORITY Now Hiring The Brockton Housing Authority, a nationally recognized and award winning public housing authority, located in Brockton, Massachusetts is presently accepting applications for the following full time positions: Clerk Typist Housekeeper Administrative Assistant to Division Director of Asset Management A cover letter and resume are required for each position applied for and should be mailed or delivered to the Director of Human Resources, Brockton Housing Authority, 45 Goddard Road, P.O. Box 7070, Brockton, MA 02303. Any resumes received after 3:00 PM on February 5, 2018 will not be considered. No electronic submittals will be accepted. Applicants are encouraged to review the full job descriptions, describing the qualifications necessary and expected duties for each position, which can be found at: www.brocktonhousing authority.com The starting salary for each position will be part of the job description. These are full time positions with excellent benefits. The Brockton Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer In compliance with Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968, Brockton Housing Authority Residents, Section 8 Voucher holders and other low or very low income Brockton residents are encouraged to apply and may receive a preference.
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About Brockton Housing Authority

The BHA manages 1,951 apartments in 16 public housing developments throughout Brockton as well as 1000 rent-assisted apartments/houses. The approximately 85 employees of the BHA serve about 7,000 residents, or about 7% of Brockton's population. We also manage the Section 8 rental assistance program and help develop affordable private homes for ownership and rental that enable families to move beyond public assistance and become self-sufficient.