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CDBG-DR Relocation Specialist
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ICF seeks a Relocation Specialist to support a client in North Carolina in the design and implementation of relocation programs, including the Temporary Relocation Assistance (TRA) program and all required Uniform Relocation Act (URA) procedures. This position is near the client site in Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Draft, revise and assist in the execution of the Temporary Relocation Assistance/Uniform Relocation Act (TRA/URA) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and workflow diagrams
- Provide expertise to inform the client’s developers with building or modifying workflow modules
- Conduct reviews of applications for financial, programmatic, and data integrity
- Coordinate with vendors to troubleshoot eligibility and benefit issues
- Oversee the mailing and tracking of required notices
- Monitoring compliance
- Providing training to state, contract, or local staff
To be considered for this role you will need:
- 3+ years of direct experience in HUD program and/or CDBG-DR URA processes for a State grantee or sub-recipient
- Prior experience in CDBG-DR regulations and URA regulations
- Ability to successfully complete training for the client’s staff within one month of employment
- Ability to provided finalized URA and/or TRA Standard Operating Procedures and Policies within two months of employment start date
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N Carolina Client Office (NC88)