Jun 06, 2024

Compliance Auditor

  • Chavezfoundation
  • San Francisco, CA, United States

Job Description

The responsibilities of the Compliance Auditor include performing detailed audits of tenant files, the property, and site-level operations to determine compliance with program/project requirements of the applicable affordable housing programs. These programs include but are not limited to, the Low-income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, HUD programs (VASH, Section 8, HUD 236, HUD 202 PRAC), Bond, HOME, CHFA, AHP, MHP, special needs housing programs, and other housing programs (including state/local programs). The role includes oversight of all regulatory obligations, conducting monitoring reviews, and identifying noncompliance and effective corrective action measures. The Auditor produces written reports of deficiencies and works with property management team members to resolve issues to eliminate or substantially minimize noncompliance identified during a third-party review. The Auditor assists in developing other staff members by providing effective training, technical assistance, and proper guidance. The Auditor travels to all locations where the organization conducts business, including out-of-state locations. The Auditor brings excellence to their work and related activities and effectively completes the job. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Four-year college education/technical school training, or four years of relatable experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Five or more years of experience in a relatable occupation or compliance monitoring of affordable housing programs and a Bachelor’s degree are preferred. Professional industry designations of Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP), Novogradac Property Compliance Certification (NPCC), and Certified Occupancy Specialist Advanced (COSA) are highly preferred. Experience with Smartsheet or Yardi is also preferred. REQUIRED QUALIFICATION AND DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS: Advanced-level attention to detail and ability to identify noncompliance/effective corrective action for affordable housing programs; Flexibility to travel and adapt to changes; Ability to read/examine/apply extensive regulatory literature; Critical thinking and decision-making; Moderate-to-advance level ability to maneuver through technical systems; Effective written and verbal communication SALARY RANGE: $64,840-$66,560 DOE ***Benefits include 100% employer paid medical, dental and vision.*** Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans. #J-18808-Ljbffr