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Employment Faq's

  • What is the best way to submit an application?

    Complete and submit your application at:

  • What is the application process?

    Once your application is received by the Human Resources Department, it will be screened for the minimum requirements. If the application passes this initial screening, it will be forwarded to a hiring manager to be considered for an interview. If you are selected for an interview, a hiring manager will contact you to schedule an interview time and location. Once a candidate has been hired, all applicants will be notified by email that the position is filled. Employment offers are contingent upon satisfactory employment verifications, background check, drug screen, and physical exam.

  • What is the status of my application?

    The Human Resources Department does not conduct the interview or applicant selection process. We will only have the status of a position once the applicant has been chosen. Once the chosen applicant has been hired, all applicants will be notified by mail that the position is filled. Please note, we only accept applications for advertised position vacancies.

  • When will interviews be scheduled?

    There is not a defined time period for scheduling interviews. A hiring manager will schedule interviews based on the quality of applications received.

    Can I schedule an interview and how do I contact the person hiring for the position? No, a hiring manager will schedule interviews with qualified applicants. Due to the amount of applications received, the names and titles of the hiring managers are not disclosed unless you are asked to interview. You may contact the Human Resources Department with any questions or concerns.

  • I recently applied for a job there. Do I need to complete another application to apply for another position of interest?

    Yes, another application must be completed for another position of interest.

  • If I am interested in more than one position, do I need to complete an application for each position?

    Yes, an application must be completed for each position.

  • Are there open positions that are not on your website?

    All positions open for outside applicants are listed on the following website:

  • What is a "new hire"?

    A new hire means a full-time employee for a new permanent, temporary, or seasonal position that is created as a direct result of the expenditure of Section 3 covered financial assistance.

  • Can laid-off workers that are "re-hired" as a result of a HUD-funded project considered new hires?

    Yes. Any employee that was not on the payroll of a recipient, developer, or contractor on the day that Section 3 covered assistance was provided can be counted towards the Section 3 minimum numerical goal for employment.

  • Does Section 3 apply to new hiring by a CDBG-Entitlement recipient?

    Yes. If the recipient intends to use its HUD allocation to hire additional staff person(s) to perform work related to housing construction, rehabilitation, or other public construction, then the position(s) is covered by Section 3. However, if the local municipality uses a civil servant applicant process to hire new employees, compliance with the requirements of Section 3 may not be feasible.

  • What types of new employment opportunities are covered by Section 3?

    For public and Indian housing (PIH) programs, all employment opportunities generated by the expenditure of operating, capital, and modernization assistance, including management and administrative jobs, technical, professional, construction and maintenance jobs, at all levels.

    For housing and community development programs, all employment opportunities arising in connection with housing rehabilitation (including reduction and abatement of lead-based paint hazards); housing construction; or other public construction, including management and administrative jobs, technical, professional, building trades and non- construction jobs, at all levels.

  • .Where else can I file complaints alleging denied employment and contracting opportunities?

    If you are denied employment and/or contracting opportunities, you may have standing to bring a complaint at HUD under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and/or Section 109 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. You may also be eligible to bring complaints under other federal laws. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information (medical history or predisposition to disease). For more information about your rights, please contact EEOC at: The Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) enforces, for the benefit of job seekers and wage earners, the contractual promise of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity required of those who do business with the Federal government. More information about the services they provide can be obtained at: