Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA)
Deputy Executive Director – Chief of Programs
Annual salary range: $139,360 to $204,942
LACDA provides a generous benefit package.
Application deadline: Friday, September 3, 2021.
The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) seeks a passionate, collaborative, and dynamic leader to build upon years of successful efforts to Build Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods in Los Angeles County. LACDA is looking for a leader of hearts, minds, and people to improve the lives of Los Angeles County residents by providing affordable and public housing, constructing community improvements, and developing a suite of sustainable supportive services that address a wide range of needs.
The Deputy Executive Director (DED) is an executive management position reporting directly to the Executive Director. LACDA has two Deputy Executive Directors who serve as general managers overseeing a wide range of agency activities. The DED of administration, serves as the agency’s Chief of Operations and oversees Human Resources, Risk Management/Safety, Facilities & Fleet Management, Procurement, Information Technology, and Print Shop/Mail Room. The other DED serves as the Chief of Programs and oversees the service delivery of programs and facilitates special project activities for four (4) divisions in the agency that include Housing Assistance, Housing Operations, Housing Investment and Finance, and Community and Economic Development. Oversight also includes activities in the Traffic Administration Services unit.
The ideal candidate will be a key executive developer of, and contributor to, innovative strategic solutions in support of a variety of federally and locally funded programs. In partnership with elected officials and staff, the successful candidate will play a pivotal role in building partnerships and working collaboratively in developing approaches to sustain and expand affordable housing and community development in the county. The candidate must possess a thorough and substantive, experience-based understanding of the principles and priorities of public sector administration and management, and have an extensive understanding of federal, state, and local regulations related to affordable and public housing, grant and loan management, construction management, project management, and community and economic development. The ideal candidate for this position enjoys the challenges and rewards of a fast-paced work environment and seeks a variety of current and future programs and projects. The Chief of Programs must embrace and advocate for the agency’s vision, the communities we serve, and will embody and inspire our continued commitment to deliver exceptional customer service. If your interests align with this agency’s vision and the people they serve and can generate momentum and readiness energize, engage and inspire others, join them in answering the call to Build Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods.
Imagine yourself working for a dynamic and innovative County agency with a high-profile role as a core participant in Los Angeles County’s broad-ranging efforts to address the region’s affordable housing and homelessness crises. The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) administers federal, state, and local funds that are made available to for-profit and non-profit housing developers for the development and preservation of affordable and special needs housing. Funded primarily with federal grants, the LACDA prides itself on sponsoring new solutions to local issues and forming partnerships with private and public agencies.
To be considered for this exciting career opportunity, submit your resume, and cover letter directly at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/CPSHRRS/jobs/3181794-0/deputy-executive-director-chief-of-programs
For more information contact:
CPS HR Consulting
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To learn more about the agency’s work in support of its mission to Build Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods, please visit: https://wwwa.lacda.org
The Los Angeles County Development Authority is an equal opportunity employer.