We are looking for candidates that have relevant work experience and would like to work in public service. Please read below to learn about our open positions and the exciting innovative projects and services we are doing in San Joaquin County.
The Program Assistant performs general clerical and administrative work. Work may include data entry, receiving and distributing materials, answering telephones, processing work orders, maintaining files and records, mailing verifications, customer follow-up, answering questions, and generating correspondence. Performance of the duties requires excellent clerical and administrative skills and a thorough knowledge of modern office equipment. Some functions of this position may change depending on the corresponding department needs.
The Maintenance Worker performs general manual and limited semi-skilled and/or unskilled work in the maintenance and upkeep of the Authority’s buildings and/or grounds. The incumbent is responsible for performing a variety of custodial, maintenance, and grounds keeping tasks. The individual will operate simple hand tools and small motorized equipment such as stripping machines and power mowers. Instructions are specific in nature on all but previously learned tasks, and work is subject to review for quality upon completion.
The General Counsel is a contracted position reporting directly to and receiving instruction from the Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors (“Boards”), in the first instance, and then the Executive Director or designee (“ED”) and staff of HACSJ and DCDC. This is a single position class performing complex and highly responsible work in the legal management and oversight of HACSJ’s operations, programs, and affiliated entities/instrumentalities. This includes, but is not limited to, HACSJ’s Public Housing and Section 8 programs, participates in real estate acquisition, disposition and redevelopment activities, development activities, asset management, litigation management, contracting and public entity law and governance. The General Counsel is responsible for regularly exercising independent judgment, discretion and initiative within a general policy framework established by the Boards.
Housing Authority employees have many worthwhile and advantageous benefits available to them.
The Housing Authority works a 9/80 work schedule with every other Friday off.
We offer nine different medical plans for our employees to choose from.
Benefits start the first of the month after your hire date.
Dental and Vision
We offer two dental plans and one vision for employees to choose from.
Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
The Authority pays the total cost for Short Term Disability and Long term Disability for its employees.
The Authority pays for the entire cost of life insurance for employees at two times their annual salary. Additional life insurance is available for the employees to purchase at group rates.
The Authority sponsors a 457 Retirement plan that employees may participate in.
The Authority is a member of the California State Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) with retirement benefits based on employees age and years of service.
Full-time employees earn 12 days of sick leave a year. There is no limit to the amount of sick leave an employee can accrue. Unused sick leave is available for pension service credit when the employee retires.
Vacation and Holidays
Full-time employees earn 12 days of vacation per year to start and the Authority has 16 holidays per year.
How to Apply
Fringe Benefit Information Sheet
Housing Authority Job Application
Memorandum of Understanding
San Joaquin County Employees’ & Management Association MOU
Approved Salary Schedule
Approved Salary Schedule 2020-2021
Unless alternate submission instructions are provided in the position announcement, please submit applications to:
Human Resources Department
C\O Nancy Glossa
2575 Grand Canal Blvd. Suite 200
Stockton, CA 95207