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ResponsibilitiesAs a Supervisory Housing Program/Policy Specialist, you will:
- be responsible for all activities of a program area including: directing and supervising a staff assigned to a specific program area within the Division whose primary duties are providing technical support and policy clarifications to homeowners, lenders, housing counseling agencies and other HUD staff, responding to inquiries and questions from program participants regarding default management, servicing, loss mitigation and risk management.
- develop, implement, and/or recommend to the Director and/or Deputy Director of the Division operating procedures and systems, staffing, patterns and budget required to carry out a cost-effective default management program.
- review and evaluate work of subordinates to determine whether stated objectives are met, advises and trains staff regarding program objectives, makes recommendations to the Director and or Deputy Director of program requirements concerning staff, time and budget and reports on staff performance and program operation.
- Provide technical direction and supervision to staff to assure compliance with established procedures, policies and prescribed management and operating techniques; assures staff is meeting agency default management objectives by the Headquarters Office of Single Family Asset Management; maintains maximum staff utilization and efficiency; and reviews completed efforts for soundness of judgment. The incumbent must exercise judgment in interpreting and applying guidelines in responding to and solving problems and dealing with controversial issues.
Occasional travel - 1-5 nights per quarter
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