Descriptions for Current Job Listings:


Resident Manager for Apartment Community


The Housing Company, a non-profit organization, has an immediate opening for a motivated individual to manage ARCH Community Housing (26 scattered units) in the Ketchum area in Idaho. This position will require 10-20 hours per week and requires a candidate with a good work ethic and the self-motivation to do whatever is necessary to ensure the units are clean, neat, and in good working order.


Responsibilities include:

·         Record keeping

·         Tenant applications, leasing, and annual recertification

·         Oversight of maintenance work orders

·         Perform weekly outdoor unit inspections

·         Cleaning vacated units and office/common areas

·         Assisting in identification of maintenance problems during unit turns



  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Knowledge of basic record keeping

  • Basic computer skills

  • Excellent customer service and strong communication skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Ideal candidate will have a home office with computer and printer available


We offer competitive wages along with a benefit package for employees who work 30 or more hours per week. 


Apply online at:


Above description is not inclusive of all job duties. Qualified candidates must be able to perform essential functions with or without accommodation.


EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability Employer


Development Manager


Work for the Best! Idaho Housing and Finance Association, a private non-profit, has the above opening in our Property Management area.


Major Responsibilities:

·         Research and develop creative affordable housing solutions

  • Research market data to ascertain long-term housing needs in the community

  • Evaluate new construction or rehabilitation needs taking into consideration all hazardous substance issues

  • Identify any displacement issues for existing residents and submit a plan for logistics and costs

·         Draft all documents necessary for the acquisition, funding and operation of projects. 

·         Coordinate project team including appraisers, lenders, engineers, contractors and management from inception to operating of projects

  • Prepare applications for loans and affordable-housing resources

  • Negotiate with sellers to complete the transaction subject to financing

  • Complete inspections during construction or rehabilitation and process requests for funding from lenders

  • Work with local service providers to develop partnerships

  • Work with lenders and program administrators in securing funding resources

  • Participate as a member of the development team to establish strategies, and implement acquisition or development of new properties

  • Report to Board of Directors and prepare Board Reports, Board Resolutions and Statement of Issues



  • Requires a bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience in finance, construction, housing development and general business

  • Knowledge of various programs including LIHTC, HOME, AHP, CDBG, and Historic Tax Credit as well as other various HUD and RD programs as they relate to affordable rental housing construction management and operating is preferred

  • Minimum 3 to 5 years of experience required 


Compensation commensurate with experience and includes a competitive benefits package.  Interested applicants can apply online at


Above description is not inclusive of all job duties.  Qualified candidates must be able to perform essential functions with or without accommodation.


EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability Employer


Do you have a job to post?  If so, please submit it here, or contact Paul Kaine.