To apply for one of the JCHAs current vacancies (see Job Opening below), please send a Cover Letter, Resume and completed Employment Application Form via mail, fax or e-mail to the Office of Human Resources:
Jersey City Housing Authority
400 U.S. Highway #1 (Marion Gardens, Building #7)
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Fax Number: 201-547-6653
Attn: Ebane Mainor
All questions can be directed to HR@jcha.us
As a public service employer, the Jersey City Housing Authority is interested in connecting undergraduate and graduate students with our mission of creating sustainable and vibrant communities through service program engagements that enable participants to explore and consider a public service career. Interested students may submit a completed application, resume and a field of interest letter to HR@jcha.us Areas of interest include Architectural Studies, Communication/Public Relations, Finance/Accounting, Law, Public Policy/ Administration, Social Services, and Technology.
The Jersey City Housing Authority is committed to delivering innovative affordable housing programs and high-quality social programs that benefit the residents we serve. Our employees take pride contributing to JCHA’s success in creating sustainable and vibrant communities.
They also use their creativity and talents to problem-solve, meet new demands, and offer the most effective customer service to our internal and external stakeholders through collaboration and strategic partnerships.
If these characteristics represent you as a prospective employee, then please view our current employment opportunities below:
AmeriCorps VISTA would work individually and in collaboration with JCHA's social service team to leverage existing partnerships/resources, develop new ones, research and explore free and low-cost connectivity/technology vendors, seek out and apply for grants to support an array of related initiatives, assess the impact of existing programs, and design/implement new digital literacy programs. VISTA will help develop innovative ways to design and implement programing that has the ability to be consistent and self-sustaining.
The VISTA will work under the supervision of the Director and Assistant Director of the Department of Resident Empowerment and Community Engagement to help JCHA conduct a needs assessment, research opportunities and programs in housing authorities across the country, build a program development grants strategy, and then build the capacity to schedule, program, document and share the impact of these partnerships through reporting and social media tools.
The Resident Engagement VISTA will work with the Department of Resident Empowerment and Community Engagement and alongside ROSS and FSS coordinators to develop a case management platform for these programs, analyze results, and develop strategies for resident recruitment and engagement. The goal of the VISTA will be to improve the capacity of the programs and enhance the current program offerings.
$25 per hour; Per Diem; No benefits.
Under direction, performs maintenance and repair tasks involved in masonry and/or plastering and/or carpentry and/or painting and/or plumbing and/or steamfitting and/or sheet metal and/or electrical and/or glazing and/or mechanical and/or other types of maintenance work; makes repairs requiring the use of tools necessary to maintain the proper condition of apartments and other areas; does related work as required.