Jobs at MOHCD

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Senior Administrative Analyst - Data Analyst (due 1/3/2023)

The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development is recruiting for a 1823 – Senior Administrative Analyst - Data Analyst, and Gloria Woo is the hiring manager. This is a Permanent Exempt – Full-time position.

Under the general direction of the Director of Data, Evaluation and Compliance, the Data Analyst at the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development plans, organizes, leads, and conducts complex, sensitive, and detailed analytical work in support of departmental strategic planning efforts, policy development, decision-making, reporting and communications. A strong candidate would have experience in performing analyses using mapping software such as ArcGIS, statistical analysis software such as R, Python and Stata, and data visualization software such as PowerBI. This position will work in a highly collaborative environment and assist with the department’s efforts to move toward better outcomes and racial equity with its programs and services and to maximize the impact of program resources.

See details and apply by January 3, 2023, 11:59pm

Black Developer Capacity Building Program Manager (due 1/20/2023)

The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development is recruiting for a 1824 – PR Administrative Analyst - Black Developer Capacity Building Program Manager, and Lydia Ely is the hiring manager. This is a Temporary Exempt – Full-time position.

Under the leadership of Mayor Breed and in partnership with city and community leaders, MOHCD seeks to advance and improve programmatic outcomes for community-based organizations that are led by and serve Black, Brown, and low-income residents. As such, we are seeking a program manager who will focus on the consolidation, strengthening and expansion of MOHCD's capacity building programs targeted towards local community-based organizations, including Small Sites developers, and explore new programs and structures to increase Black developer participation in 100% affordable housing projects. The position will create channels to give and receive feedback to ensure that MOHCD programs are contributing to the Black community’s opportunities to thrive in San Francisco.

See details and apply by January 20, 2023, 11:59pm

Last updated December 23, 2022