Springfield Housing Authority
Who We Are:
The Springfield Housing Authority (SHA) is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. The SHA team consists of a diverse workforce consisting of approximately sixty-three (63) full-time employees and two (2) part-time employees, committed to our mission of providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing at an affordable cost for low and moderate income families and individuals. We are dedicated to providing well-managed, well-maintained, and high quality housing. Our focus is to build communities and neighborhoods which promote self-sufficiency. The administrative support staff, housing professionals, and maintenance staff all contribute to fulfilling this mission and provide outstanding service to our community.
Rewards of Employment:
SHA employees enjoy a rewarding, challenging, and professional environment in addition to a healthy work life balance. Employees are afforded the opportunity to learn from experienced housing professionals, complete training, and continue educational goals in order to grow professionally and achieve their maximum potential.
The Springfield Housing Authority offers a competitive total compensation package which includes the following benefits to eligible employees:
Up to 5 years 12 days annually
5-10 years 15 days annually
10-15 years 18 days annually
Over 15 years 24 days annually
SHA observes fourteen (14) paid holidays.
Employees earn one (1) day of sick per month.
Health, dental, vision, and prescription insurance is currently provided through Blue Cross Blue Shield. The effective date for new hires who elect coverage shall be the first day following a ninety (90) calendar day waiting period. The employee pays a tax deferred co-payment through payroll deduction and SHA contributes 90% of the individual premium. All employees electing insurance are enrolled in a health reimbursement account for repayment of qualified medical expenses with tax-free funds. A voluntary pre-tax flexible spending plan is also available for out-of-pocket medical, dental, and vision expenses.
Life insurance is provided at two (2) times the employee's salary effective the first day of the month following a six (6) month waiting period. Additional life insurance is available to purchase.
SHA contributes 11.5% of an employee’s salary to a 401(a) governmental retirement plan at the end of their probationary period. A 457(b) plan is available for voluntary employee enrollment and contributions.
Employee Assistance Plan:
An employee assistance plan is available to all employees.
Benefits may vary per position and employment status
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