“There’s no place like home.” Housing is one of the highest priorities for the City of San José. In the next five years, the City is looking to create 10,000 affordable homes. To support this goal, the City will release over $100 million in development funding this year. We are pleased to announce the search for two (2) strategic, visionary, and collaborative leaders to join the City’s Housing Department as Deputy Directors. Joining the department, you will be part of an amazing team that takes pride in building a safe and healthy community for City residents and who work tirelessly to ensure that no child, family, or individual should be without a home. As a team, the Department makes concerted efforts in providing housing opportunities for all residents by preventing the displacement of low-income residents and communities of color. If you are an individual who is passionate about building a better community and supporting staff development, while cultivating and maintaining strong working relationships with City Council, diverse community members, and other partners, we look forward to speaking with you. The minimum requirements are: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public or business administration, housing, urban planning, or a related field. Six (6) years of relevant experience, including three (3) years of management experience and a concentration in at least one of the following areas: affordable housing financing or real estate development OR management of homeless programs of major scope and complexity OR housing policy or community development. A Master’s degree is preferred, however additional experience can be substituted. The salary range for the incoming Deputy Director is $116,893-$182,084; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com. If you have any questions, contact Valerie Phillips at (916) 784-9080. Filing deadline: April 27, 2018.