Chattanooga Housing Authority To Host Job Fair Jan. 16

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

The Chattanooga Housing Authority (CHA) will be hosting a job fair on Jan. 16, at the CHA Central Office to fill five full-time maintenance technician positions. CHA’s Central Office is at 801 North Holtzclaw Ave. There will be two sessions, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-7 p.m., and candidates can come by at any time during the two meetings.

Interested candidates will have the opportunity to learn more about prospective employment and interview with CHA representatives. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and complete a screening process (criminal background check and drug screening).

“The CHA seeks qualified individuals to provide maintenance services and who are looking to expand their skill sets. In addition, we’re looking for individuals who want to be a part of an organization that makes a difference,” said Katie Belcher, Employee Relations, Chattanooga Housing Authority.

The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and one to two years of related experience. Relevant trade school certification is desirable. CHA is also looking for individuals with a strong work ethic and a friendly and courteous attitude.

The compensation range is $11.22/hour - $28.56/hour.

Applications will be available on site at the CHA Central Office, and are available online at CHAHousing.org/Jobs.


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