SANFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY (SHA)

The Orlando Housing Authority (OHA) has entered into Temporary Services to manage the day-to-day operations of the Housing Authority of the City of Sanford, Florida. The Sanford Housing Authority Public Housing Waiting List is CLOSED.

 

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August 31, 2016
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING GRANT

Jobs Available
Full-time Positions for Two Years - The Orlando Housing Authority (OHA) is managing the Choice Neighborhoods Initiatives grant for the Sanford Housing Authority (SHA).  OHA will hire persons for the following full-time positions:  (1) Choice Neighborhood Project Manager, (2) Community Engagement Coordinator and (3) Office Assistant.  If you are interested in any of these positions, mail resumes to Janet Bridges, OHA Human Resource Manager, 390 North Bumby Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32803 postmarked no later than September 30, 2016. Please specify the position(s) for which you would like to be considered.

You can complete an application for any of the full-time postions at 1213 Historic Goldsboro Blvd, Sanford, FL 32771.


Temporary Part-time Positions - The University of Central Florida will hire four (4) part-time community liaisons to conduct surveys of residents of the entire Goldsboro community.  These are temporary positions.  If you are willing to work alongside representatives of the University of Central Florida, contact Dr. Amy Donley no later than Monday, September 12, 2016.   Community Liaisons will be paid $10.10 per hour. Training will be provided. If interested, please contact Dr. Amy Donley at amy.donley@ucf.edu or 407-823-1357.

 

 

June 28, 2016
HUD AWARDS CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD GRANT TO SANFORD, FLORIDA
Planning grant to kick start revitalization in Goldsboro

WASHINGTON – U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro today granted $500,000 to Sanford Housing Authority as part of $8 million awarded nationwide to 10 severely distressed neighborhoods to stimulate affordable housing and economic development.  Funded through HUD’s Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, these awards will help local leaders to craft comprehensive, homegrown plans to revitalize and transform these neighborhoods. 

Part of the Obama Administration’s effort to build Ladders of Opportunity to the middle classHUD’sChoice Neighborhoods Initiative promotes a comprehensive approach to transforming neighborhoods struggling to address the interconnected challenges of distressed housing, inadequate schools, poor health, high crime, and lack of capital. Continue Reading>>


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