Charlotte Housing Authority Jobs Discussion

Company Description

The Charlotte Housing Authority is a non- profit real estate holding company with a public purpose. That public purpose is to provide decent, safe and affordable housing to low- and moderate-income families while supporting their efforts to achieve self- sufficiency. The Authority focuses on its core mission of housing, partners with quality service providers for supportive services, and it continues to evolve as a collaborative leader who helps frame solutions to affordable housing issues.

The ultimate goal of the Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) is to be a financially viable real estate company offering affordable housing that is competitive with or exceeds housing offered by other affordable housing providers. The organization is best described as a developer partner, asset manager, contract negotiator and contract monitor with a social purpose.


To lead, develop, and execute community-wide strategies that meet the broad range of housing needs for families who cannot otherwise attain conventional housing.  Find out more about the Charlotte Housing Authority.


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Discussion Topics


Charlotte Housing Authority Salaries and Benefits 

  1. What are the average starting salaries for positions at the Charlotte Housing Authority?
  2. Do they provide benefits and what are some of those benefits?
  3. Do you enjoy working for the Charlotte Housing Authority?

Charlotte Housing Authority Interview Preparation

  1. What types of questions should I prepare for when interviewing?
  2. Is the dress code professional attire or business casual?

Best Advice for Getting a Job at the Charlotte Housing Authority

  1. If you work at the housing authority how did you get your job?
  2. What advice can you provide to someone hoping to work at the Charlotte Housing Authority.

Education and Experience Requirements 

  1. What education requirements, or certifications does the housing authority like to see in an applicant.
  2. What type of experience is the authority looking for with regard to affordable housing programs.