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Community Housing Network, Inc. (CHN) provides safe affordable rental housing and linkage to supportive services for people disabled by mental illness, addiction disorders, and histories of homelessness.  CHN serves as a developer, owner, and property manager, and facilitates access to rent subsidies and private housing.

Come work with a team of dynamic professionals who dedicate their services and skills to creating opportunities for success within our community. The Community Housing Network is a nonprofit helping the people of central Ohio since 1987. Bring your knowledge and passion to help CHN impact our community. Share in our values by empowering people, solving problems, building relationships, being curious, and having fun.

Maintenance Technician

Columbus, OH

As a Maintenance Technician you will provide direct support to the maintenance operations of CHN.

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Respond to requests for repairs in an accurate and timely manner.

  • Provide general plumbing, painting, HVAC, carpentry, appliance and electrical expertise and other assigned maintenance duties in the upkeep and maintenance of CHN properties and residences.

  • Conduct inspections of units for move-outs and adherence to housing quality standards.

  • Complete appropriate work write-ups for vacant units.

  • Compete routine property inspections. 

  • Communicate with Property Managers and other CHN staff to discuss resident problems and concerns.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or equivalency required.

  • 2+ years of apartment maintenance experience preferred.

  • Ability to solve routine maintenance problems quickly and efficiently.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, tenants and CHN employees.

  • Valid Ohio Driver's license and auto insurance.

 

As a full time member of the CHN team you will also receive training, health, vision, and dental, paid time off, 401(k), and an opportunity to work in an organization with an entrepreneurial spirit at heart. We care about the growth and development of our people and those we serve. EOE.

Please apply here

Director of Quality Improvement 

Columbus, Oh

Come work with a team of dynamic professionals who dedicate their services and skills to creating opportunities for success within our community. The Community Housing Network is a nonprofit helping the people of central Ohio since 1987. Bring your knowledge and passion to help CHN impact our community. Share in our values by empowering people, solving problems, building relationships, being curious, and having fun.

The Director of Quality Improvement drives system and structure design and implementation to promote data driven decision making and continuous quality improvement throughout the organization. In addition, this position ensures compliance with CHN funding and regulatory requirements.

Essential Functions:

Organizational Leadership

  • Designs, implements, and manages systems and structures to organize, analyze, and report data to drive organizational decisions.

  • Designs, implements, and manages systems and structures to identify organizational strengths and challenges; problem solve issues; and promote continuous quality improvement.

  • Implements CHN’s compliance plans in support of CHN’s strategic goals.

  • Partners with leaders to address operational issues; provides recommendations based on impact to the organization’s compliance and continuous quality improvement activities

 

Operational Leadership

  • Develop, implement, and maintain organizational systems and structures that support, measure, and document operational compliance, data driven decision making, and continuous quality improvement.

  • Collaborate with the COO and organizational leaders to develop responsive solutions, innovations, and programs that meet the agency’s compliance needs.

  • Ensure timely and accurate audit preparation and reporting.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with funders to stay abreast of current funding requirements and to ensure organizational compliance.

  • Provide training and information to CHN staff regarding compliance standards and practices required by the housing industry, funders, and internal CHN practices.

  • Prepare an annual budget and manage expenditures to ensure budget compliance.

  • Participate in the organization’s planning process as a partner, specifically voicing the needs of and implications on compliance operations.

 

Team Leadership

  • Organize and operate the Compliance Department to achieve company and team goals by leading, managing, and staffing the Compliance team.

  • Efficiently and effectively manage compliance projects as assigned, ensuring timely results and financial stewardship.

  • Ensure team development and individual team member professional development.


Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts, Social Work or related field.

  • Demonstrated experience with compliance or quality improvement, preferably in the housing and/or permanent supportive housing industry.

  • A minimum of 2 years management of staff preferred.

  • Project Management experience preferred.


As a full-time member of the CHN team you will also receive training, health, vision, and dental, paid time off, 401(k), and an opportunity to work in an organization with an entrepreneurial spirit at heart. We care about the growth and development of our people and those we serve.

Please apply here