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Application Deadline: Wednesday April 21, 2021 at 5:00pm
Salary Range: $3,652.59 – $4,627.27 per month

Homes for Good Housing Agency is a high performing public housing authority located in Eugene Oregon, servicing all of Lane County (4,600 sq. miles). The Agency’s primary work is to help low-income residents with the logistics of affordable housing.

Homes for Good has been and will continue to implement a workplace culture change that includes increased emphasis on customer service, quality control, and compliance. Homes for Good is passionate about providing employees opportunities to maximize career growth while experiencing the personal satisfaction of working for a non-profit agency.

At Homes for Good, employees are supported and empowered by a collaborative culture that shapes how we work together with the common goal of providing essential housing services throughout Lane County.

Homes for Good is an equal opportunity employer, committed to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion throughout or organization and within our hiring and promotional practices. We endeavor to hire a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve, with an understanding that a diverse and inclusive staff will strengthen our Agency. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.

Homes for Good’s Energy Services Division administers a Weatherization program designed to assist income-qualified Lane County residents reduce energy use in their homes and reduce their utility expense. Typical services offered through the Weatherization program include insulating attics, walls and floors, sealing air leaks, improving ventilation, installing carbon monoxide and smoke alarms, sealing and insulating heating ducts, servicing heating equipment and installing energy efficient appliances.

The Energy Services Team also leads Lane County’s LIHEAP Heat Crisis Program, a federally funded program that helps low-income households’ immediate danger of being without heat.

As a key role in our Energy Services Division, this positive performs a variety of duties involved in determining appropriate energy conservation measures for residential structures and to coordinate the installation of energy conservation measures in residences of low-income tenants and homeowners.

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