Position Title: Deputy Chief Financial Officer
The Corpus Christi Housing Authority (CCHA) has created an extraordinary opportunity for a well-qualified candidate. CCHA is an innovative and fiscally responsible governmental /non-profit hybrid organization committed to the highest levels of professionalism and public service. The ideal candidate for the position of Deputy Chief Financial Officer will share CCHA’s commitment to building and operating affordable housing.
Organization Overview: CCHA owns / operates nearly 2,200 affordable housing units, administers over 3,000 vouchers, and recently developed a neighborhood in-fill housing program to develop new single-family homes that are available for purchase or added to CCHA’s rental portfolio. A governmental umbrella with seven affiliated corporate entities, CCHA has fully converted our Public Housing inventory to Project Based Voucher properties. This structure maximizes our opportunities under the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration Program and structures CCHA as the General Partner of several Low Income Housing Tax Credit developments.
Community Overview: With a population approaching 350,000, Corpus Christi provides opportunity for both business and fun. Major, long-term industrial development within manufacturing, shipping and the oil and gas industries are announced, with several under construction. Much of the growth is related to the area’s geographic proximity to Gulf of Mexico. As a result of this economic activity, the Port of Corpus Christi recently became the fourth largest port in the nation and the nation’s leader in crude oil exports. On the fun side, beaches and fishing of the Coastal Bend area are phenomenal. Area school districts offer quality education. In addition, Corpus Christi is home to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and Del Mar College.
Position Overview: In collaboration with Chief Financial Officer, the position will become involved in all aspects of the CCHA finances and will be a key partner in preparing, reviewing, reporting, and auditing complex accounting and financial records. The position will also be integral in the development of accounting and financial operating systems. In addition to routine communication within CCHA, the position will communicate regularly with CCHA partners, banking officials, auditors, and HUD.
Qualifications: The successful candidate with be self-motivated and highly qualified. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in Accounting Finance or other related field and CPA credentials. The ideal candidate will bring affordable housing experience, an understanding of governmental accounting, and systems development experience.
Where to apply: Please check us out at our website, www.hacc.org. You can learn all about us and leave your resume on the way out. We are looking forward to hearing from you!