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Administrative Analyst



Job Description
Self-Help Enterprises has an opening for an Administrative Analyst in Partner Services.

The Administrative Analyst will work directly with SHE partner cities and counties to prepare grant applications and environmental reports, identify housing needs, access federal, state and local resources, and implement housing rehabilitation, homebuyer assistance, and other related efforts. Position will handle grant administration and reporting, fiscal management, and contract development. The Administrative Analyst will at times represent SHE at public meetings/events. Working knowledge of federal and state affordable housing programs is desirable. Requires 4 yr. degree or equivalent experience.

Must be able to work independently and as a team member, be detail-oriented and maintain confidentiality of information. The ability to work effectively on multiple projects with tight deadlines is essential. Successful applicants will be self-starters and will demonstrate strong computer (Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher, Powerpoint, etc.) skills and have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.







About Self-Help Enterprises
Self-Help Enterprises is a nationally recognized community development organization whose mission is to work together with low-income families to build and sustain healthy homes and communities. In the last 50+ years, Self-Help Enterprises’ efforts have touched the lives of over 50,000 families.

PLEASE NOTE: California applicants, DO NOT include past salary information in the "previous work experience" section. We are working to remove this language from the application.


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