The Arc NC Housing

The Arc of North Carolina is a leader in the state in providing housing options and property management services to North Carolinians with disabilities.

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Through our Housing Resource Coordinators, The Arc provides assistance to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families in locating housing that meets their needs.

The Arc of North Carolina believes that all people should be empowered to live in accessible, affordable housing in inclusive communities of their choosing. Since 1978, in an effort to provide alternatives to large institutions, The Arc of North Carolina has developed over 342 residences that are operated in partnership with local organizations. These residences include group homes, small apartment buildings, duplexes and condominiums, together serving more than 2200 residents. Through the housing program, The Arc of North Carolina has helped countless individuals with I/DD move from housing that is more restrictive to homes where they can achieve greater independence and have more opportunities.

Address:
5509 W Friendly Ave.
Greensboro, NC 27410

Phone: (336) 273-4404


Housing Department Employment Opportunities

Maintenance Technician

Location: Mecklenburg County and surrounding areas

Education Requirements: High School Diploma with two years of maintenance experience. General skills in plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and preventive maintenance and or certificate in HVAC.

Experience Requirements: Candidate must have experience in conducting home inspections, construction and home maintenance, Microsoft Office applications and databases, preferably in a professional office environment. Prefer having experience working with people with disabilities. Must be able to sustain a large amount of travel, including overnights, and schedule and manage large amounts of information successfully. Organizational and planning skills with an ability to effectively prioritize work tasks is a must.

Responsibilities: The Maintenance Technician will perform routine inspections and maintenance to designated housing properties. The candidate will coordinate, schedule and follow-up on all HUD, REAC and NCHFA inspections as necessary, ensure compliance with various local, state and federal regulations, and help respond to tenants’ needs as they arise.  Responsible for maintaining company vehicle inspections and maintenance. Will work closely with management and Property Inspectors to resolve property issues as they arise.