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Job Title: 

Supportive Housing Portfolio Manager

Salary Range: 
Starting pay range is $88,591 - $97,450 per year based on experience.
Full Job Description: 

Are you an experienced Property Management professional that is passionate about creating safe and supportive housing environments for individuals and families in need? Do you thrive on leading dynamic teams and ensuring operational excellence? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact in your community in our Supportive Housing Portfolio Manager position! 


At the Vancouver Housing Authority (VHA) we work closely with local governments and other community partners throughout Clark County to address issues of affordable housing and homelessness and help families break the cycle of poverty. We provide affordable housing and housing assistance to low-income residents in Clark County, and we are recruiting for a Supportive Housing Portfolio Manager that is responsible for general management and oversight of the Supportive Housing properties in our portfolio that houses tenants in supportive housing that have recently exited homelessness and have behavioral health conditions. This position works closely with the Supportive Housing Program Supervisor who manages the services at these properties. This Portfolio Manager provides management, direction, and leadership to Property Managers and other assigned staff ensuring the properties are maintained and operated in accordance with VHA objectives and HUD regulatory requirements. This position is also responsible for tracking property and project financials, schedule, and keeping Director of Property and Asset Management informed of status.


Your skills and abilities will support our mission as you: 

  • Manage and oversee all operations including property maintenance, capital improvements, rent collections, lease administration, budgeting and marketing for assigned portfolio.
  • Directly supervise, train, and motivate onsite property managers and maintenance staff.
  • Liaison with Supportive Services Department where appropriate.
  • Manage reporting and compliance related to HUD regulations as stated in the HUD 4350.3 with regards to subsidized housing occupancy, management, re-certification, EIV, MOR, and REAC inspections.
  • Prepare, in coordination with Finance and Asset Management, annual documentation and requests to HUD for contract renewals and rent increases, including utility allowance analyses; capital needs and replacement reserve analyses; HUD budget forms and required tenant notifications.
  • Review property budgets, income statements, and variance reports as well as leases/rent roll analyses and other applicable information for portfolio and asset management review.
  • Assure that resident selection, leasing, and waiting lists are in compliance with all laws. Assure that the policies are correct for each program as set by HUD.
  • Work with site management to assure development and implementation of preventative maintenance programs as needed while assuring realistic and consistent efforts towards resident involvement, positive resident relations, and response to expressed resident services coordinators, when applicable.

Pay and Benefits

  • Starting pay range is $88,591 - $97,450 per year based on experience. The full salary range for this position is $88,591 - $136,430 per year.
  • Full-time, exempt position.
  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance for the employee's coverage.
  • Benefits package also includes 9.53% paid into WA PERS by employer, 12 company paid holidays, and generous paid time off accrual.
  • Meaningful work that addresses affordable housing and homelessness in our community.


  • BA in business, finance, accounting, or related subject plus at least 4 years related experience in property management or related environment or 6 years of direct experience in property management with increasing responsibility. 
  • A minimum of 1 year of experience supervising staff in a housing environment.  
  • Experience working within HUD, CHFA, Section 8, low-income housing tax credits and other affordable housing requirements.
  • Working knowledge of Fair Housing Laws so that policies and actions are administered in compliance with Federal, State and Local laws.
  • Thorough understanding through experience, education, and certification of all HUD regulations as stated in the HUD 4350.3 with regards to subsidized housing occupancy, management, re-certification, EIV, and MOR and REAC Inspections
  • Ability to communicate clearly in both oral and written forms with a diverse population.
  • Certified Property Manager (CPM) preferred.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and meet VHA auto insurance requirements.


A cover letter and resume are required when applying for this position. For more information on the Vancouver Housing Authority please visit our website at www.vhausa.com. Please note, those candidates deemed to best match our requirements will be contacted for an interview. We do not discuss application status during the selection process. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.


The VHA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applications for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as covered veteran in accordance with federal, state, and local laws.

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Date Posted: 
Thursday, March 14, 2024
Application Deadline: 
Monday, April 15, 2024
Posting Expiration Date: 
Monday, May 13, 2024
Job Location Details: 
Vancouver, WA
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