Program Management Analyst

US Dept of Housing and Urban Development

About the organization

US HUD oversees the funding, development, monitoring of affordable housing throughout the United States to service those who have little means and are in need of safe, decent and sanitary housing. There are also programs to support the tenants that live in the housing to further their abilities for sustainable employment, improvement of health status, etc.

This position is in the HUD REAC Program Management and Alignment Office. REAC performs compliance monitoring of the physical and financial condition of federally owned and/or subsidized housing for low-income people. This position is an important and integral part of the National Interagency Physical Inspection Alignment Program, a national partnership program with US Treasury, IRS, US Dept. Agriculture and HUD that is now implemented in every State -- Unprecedented success for a national affordable housing partnership!


Work on a small agile team of more senior Federal officials who will guide you coordinating the overlapping efforts of multiple Federal and State agencies, reducing the time and cost burden on the public while increasing government efficiency, saving millions of dollars per year for both the tax paying public and the private sector.

Duties include, as part of a team, an eclectic set of skills, which include traveling to and training State governments on the use and benefits of the program, attending and presenting at national trade group conferences, relationship building, problem solving, writing case studies based on site visits, change management, and project/program management strategies. This position is best suited to you if you like to improve processes and thus like change. Some reviewing of small data bases is part of the job, but not complex. (No use of statistical software packages or IT programming is required, but there is training availability to learn.)


Self-motivated, eager to learn new skills, and likes to travel working and building relationships with new people? This is an opportunity to enter the Federal Government as an entry-level to mid-level professional working in an everchanging and unprecedented environment creating, developing and growing a the National Physical Inspection Interagency Program and several other smaller projects.

No prior experience in these areas are required, just bring your great attitude and willingness to learn and exceed. You will be guided and taught the skills you need and will be given ample opportunity to obtain firsthand practical experience. (Please note that this program does not work with the people living in the house first-hand. It is about working with the people at all levels of the local, state and federal governments and private sector that build and maintain and grow affordable housing and create efficiencies in doing such through partnerships.)


GS- 11/12/13 ------Step ladder promotion system to the grade 13 level

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Interested and qualified applicants should send their resumes, and any other supporting documents if applicable such as your DD214, VA Disability Letter, Schedule A Letter, and any other supporting documents (please redact birthdates and social security numbers) to [email protected] and cc [email protected]

Questions? Please feel free to reach out to Dina Elani [email protected]

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