#2023-002 Housing Development Analyst

Oklahoma City, OK
Full Time
Housing Development Team
Mid Level


Housing Development Analyst


$46,175 to $61,871

Reviews applications for funding of projects and developments for all of the federal and state funding programs administered by the Agency, including both a review of the financial viability of the proposed projects and developments, as well whether they meet all the federal and state rules and requirements for the appropriate programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Program Knowledge:

Responsible for obtaining and maintaining a thorough knowledge of the various programs administered by the Housing Development Team, by attending various training courses, seminars, certification classes and other training opportunities, as well as self-directed learning from available information and resources. 

Program Duties:

Evaluate applications for all programs.  Includes underwriting and review of market analysis, and verifying applications meet program requirements. 

Process all paperwork for projects and developments that receive an award of funding, until transferred to Compliance.  Duties include processing carryovers and finals, preparing written agreements, reviewing Bond documents, and all other required paperwork and documentation.  Follow up with Owners/Awardees on issues that arise.

Provide input to HDT Allocation Supervisor in developing rules and program guidance for all programs in order to meet all federal and state regulatory requirements.   

Provide technical assistance to interested parties on different program requirements and possibilities.  Includes, email correspondence, phone calls, and meetings.

Program Training:

Assist management in providing training and guidance to participants on technical issues, regulations, rules, and procedures.

Program Responsibilities:

Maintain appropriate databases for Housing Development programs on a timely basis.

Research legal, technical or policy issues to assist in updating various program Rules, internal guidelines, and policy issues to comply with all federal or State regulations.

Review professionally developed statistical housing data and market analysis information to interpret and summarize for the effect it may have on programs and funding.

Review status reports of funded projects and developments for adherence to contractual requirements.

Assist in the preparation of materials for Agency board meetings and participates when required.

Assist in reviewing and preparing various program reports from all relevant sources.


Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university in Business, Finance, Management, or Accounting; or  eight years’ experience in underwriting single-family or multifamily housing and ensuring compliance with federal and state rules and regulations may be considered in lieu of a degree.


Valid driver's license. Must be bondable. 

Required to obtain the Housing Development Finance Professional Certification within eighteen months after hire, if not already certified.

This is not a remote or telework position.

NOTE: Applicant will be required to pass a drug-screening test and criminal background check. Some positions may require a motor vehicle check as a condition of employment.

In addition to excellent working conditions and competitive pay, OHFA provides a combination of benefits to all eligible employees. Click this link OHFA Benefits for more information.



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