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Employment and Bid Opportunities

Below are any employment and bid opportunities for the Jefferson City Housing Authority.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the Housing Authority at (573) 635-6163.

The Housing Authority of the City of Jefferson, Missouri, will receive bids for Janitorial Service for three property groups until 2:00 P.M. June 4, 2024, at the Housing Authority Administrative Office, upper level 1040 Myrtle Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri. The proposals will be opened at this time.  These property groups are:

  Bid Opportunities
2024 Janitorial Request for Proposals

The Housing Authority of the City of Jefferson, Missouri, will receive proposals for Janitorial Service for three property groups until 2:00 P.M. June 4, 2024, at the Housing Authority Administrative Office, upper level 1040 Myrtle Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri. The proposals will be opened at this time.  These property groups are (click on each to download the RFP packet):

Housing Authority Admin Building, Linden Court and CCA

Kenneth Locke and LaSalette Apartments

Robert Hyder and Ted Herron Apartments

 Companies may submit proposals to provide Janitorial Service at one or more property groups.

A pre-bid conference and site visit will be held at 2:00 P.M. May 7, 2024, at the Housing Authority Office, 1040 Myrtle Avenue, Jefferson City, Missouri.




This is a skilled secretarial and office management support position that also serves as the Personnel Administrator for the Authority. The employee is required to perform technical and complex tasks requiring higher skills, abilities, and knowledge than clerical skills. Work assignments may involve performing tasks that require accurate typing, developing work methods and procedures, interacting with vendors and tenants, and completing special projects as assigned.



  1. Post employment vacancies internally and post advertisements for all open positions.
  2. Schedule and prepare documents for applicant interviews. Participate in interview panels for all open positions.
  3. Prepares new hire packets and assists new employees with the completion of new hire paperwork.
  4. Coordinate the enrollment or changes in benefit packets including retirement.
  5. Maintain all employee files and coordinate FMLA and ADA accommodations.
  6. Keep up to date on Human Resource laws & regulations, and exempt laws.
  7. Assist in the development, maintenance, interpretation, and provision of information about personnel policies, procedures, and employee benefit plans.
  8. Research and respond timely to employee requests for information about benefits.
  9. Maintain shared leave pool balance and serve on shared leave committee.
  10. Prepare quarterly safety presentations for maintenance staff and annual training for all staff.
  11. Maintain Training requirement lists and books, and send reminders to complete required videos and documents (Cyber Awareness, EIV rules of behavior, etc…) Track completed employee training for MHDC inspections and bi-annual Management Certification.
  12. Maintain Inspection log books for Elevators, Boilers, Fire systems, Pull Cords, Door Systems, etc..
  13. Prepare and receive proposals for auditing companies.
  14. Prepare and receive proposals for all Authority insurance policies and maintain insurance files.
  15. Gather details and statements, submit, and monitor all insurance loss, damage, and worker’s compensation claims until closure.
  16. Conduct research and compose replies to correspondence, detailed activity reports, memoranda, letters/notices to residents, etc. for others’ signatures.
  17. Accumulates and reviews information to prepare and draft Annual and 5-year PHA Plans, Annual Capital Fund Plans, PHAS, semi-annual Section 3 and Davis Bacon Wage Reports, and bi-annual SEMAP certification and other required reporting.
  18. Prepare or assist in the preparation, calculation, typing, and proofreading of documents and files being released to the public or residents.
  19. Research and gather source material for the preparation of reports, articles, budgets, speeches, bids, or other purposes, and draft reports when requested.
  20. Prepares reports when requested and distributes them after review by the requesting party.
  21. Responsible for the timely posting of updates to the Personnel Policy, ACOP, Administrative Plan, and Family Self Sufficiency Manual with approval by at least one of the upper management staff Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), or Chief Housing Officer (CHO) before releasing.
  22. Create & Print forms, spreadsheets, handouts, and postings for approval by the CFO, CEO, COO, CHO, and Maintenance Supervisor.
  23. Maintain a list of all contracts with a calendar of expiration dates and bid timelines and notify the CFO, CEO, COO, CHO, and Maintenance Supervisor.
  24. Creates/updates bid and contract documents for projects and services, advertises or solicits bids from contractor lists, bid planning, and meetings.
  25. Creates and assists with bid tabs to determine winning bids/proposals.
  26. Record and prepare a transcript at informal hearings.
  27. Serve as an informal hearing officer when assigned by the CFO, CEO, or COO.
  28. Provide backup to the Application Processor and lower-level Receptionist.
  29. Serve as a notary.
  30. Setup of new computers and printers.
  31. Ordering supplies.
  32. Preparation of Grant requests, projecting costs, gathering supporting documentation, required support letters, and submission.
  33. Order, fill & collect funds from the Coke machine.
  34. Other duties as assigned.



  1. Coordinate, review, and download requested security camera footage related to incidents requested by managers or police incident reports, showing criminal activity on Housing Authority property, as needed.
  2. Create & print brochures, as needed.
  3. Attend and/or participate in various meetings or fairs related to Housing Authority business during and after normal business hours, as needed.
  4. Maintenance of First Aid Kits, as needed.
  5. Website management, as needed.
  6. Schedule the use of community rooms, as needed.
  7. Run company errands, as needed.



  1. Knowledge of the provisions and methods of application of personnel policies in general and ability to learn the policies of the Authority.
  2. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite with expertise in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Adobe. Setting up new computers & AS400 experience is a plus.
  3. Comprehensive knowledge of business English, spelling, arithmetic, punctuation, filing, proofreading, and grammar with an attention to detail to ensure accuracy.
  4. Ability to learn the practices, procedures, systems, and policies of the Housing Authority and ability to interpret them concisely and accurately to the public and employees.
  5. Ability to carry out continuing assignments requiring the organization of material, the preparation of reports, and compliance with Housing Authority policies and procedures.
  6. Ability to utilize general office machines and the JCHA computer systems to perform a variety of assigned tasks.
  7. Ability to use resourcefulness and tact in all situations.
  8. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, department heads, vendors, contractors, and the general public.
  9. Ability to maintain the confidentiality of documents, records, and information.



  1. Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school supplemented by courses in personnel administration and/or technical support skills.
  2. Experience in human resource administration including processing and defending workers’ compensation claims, benefit counseling, hiring and onboarding employees, and ADA compliance
  3. Experience providing support to executives or managers.
  4. Or an equivalent combination of education and experience to meet the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.


  1. Must be able to interface effectively with all levels of management and staff.
  2. Must be socially adept and skilled in verbal and written communication.
  3. Must be bondable.
  4. Possession of a valid State of Missouri vehicle operator's license.
  5. Must pass a drug test prior to employment and be able to work in a drug-free and smoke-free environment.
  6. Notary Certification within 6 weeks of employment.
  7. Human Resource training within one year.



  1. Ability to physically utilize all standard office equipment.
  2. Ability to drive a Housing Authority vehicle.
  3. Ability to lift and move up to 25 pounds.
  4. Ability to monitor and download surveillance camera video.

Maintenance Worker

The Housing Authority of the City of Jefferson is accepting applications for a Maintenance Worker.
The position requires knowledge of general maintenance skills. Must be able to deal effectively
with the public and work in extreme outdoor temperatures. Must be able to routinely carry 50 lbs.
Must have computer and inventory skills. Applicants must live within a 25-mile radius of the
Jefferson City limits, possess a valid Missouri driver’s license, and be acceptable to our automobile
insurance carrier. A drug test and background check is required. Salary is based on experience.
with bonus for HVAC or plumbing skills- starting pay is $31,200 with paid overtime and excellent
benefits including retirement, health, and dental insurance and paid vacation.
Application is available online at, the link below, or may be obtained at the
Housing Authority Central Office, 1040 Myrtle Ave., Jefferson City, Missouri, from 8:00 to 4:30.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V

 Job Application
Return applications to the main office at 1040 Myrtle Ave., Jefferson City, MO  65109

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