Quality Assurance TRACS Specialist – Knoxville, TN

Position Available: Quality Assurance TRACS Specialist Regular, Full-time Position Entry-level and Promotional Applicants Drug testing is a required part of all post-offer physicals.

Entry Level Rate: $16.82 – $20 per hour depending on experience

To Apply: All applications and application materials must be submitted online by October 30, 2019.

Apply online at https://jobs.kcdc.org
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Under general supervision, performs specialized technical and clerical work for supporting the housing department. The incumbent monitors, audits, and processes transactions to multiple tracking systems and governmental agencies including the KCDC database, Tenant Rental Assistance Certification System (TRACS) and Public and Indian Housing (PIC). This work requires regular contact with development staff for training, assistance with technical questions, requesting additional information and working together to resolve complex issues. Maintenance and/or creation of check and balance systems to track and resolve discrepancies, meet deadlines, and provide regular reporting is also required. Work is performed according to state tenant/landlord law, HUD rules and regulations, and KCDC policies and procedures. A considerable amount of independent judgment and initiative is used when deciding how best to respond to procedural questions.

Any current KCDC employees may apply. In order to get promotional preference, the employee must have completed the initial period of employment.
High School Diploma or GED and a minimum of two (2) years of experience providing administrative assistance in a housing compliance setting required. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Must possess proficiency in the use of e-mail, calendar, word processing business software, and spreadsheets.
Must possess proficiency in general bookkeeping and commercial math.
Knowledge of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, in particular, those pertaining to HUD’s TRACS and PIC systems preferred.

Updated: October 21, 2019 — 1:51 pm