Front Desk/General Information 706-378-3949
Sandra D. Hudson, Executive Director 706-378-3940 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Phillips, Executive Assistant 706-368-5726 email@example.com
Melvin Scott, Director of Housing 706-252-4636 firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Resources Coordinator 706-378-3941 email@example.com
Adult Education Program 706-368-5738
Ashland Park 706-290-1040
Reine Martinez, Tax Credit Property Manager 706-291-3028 firstname.lastname@example.org
Willingham Village RAD Property Manager 706-291-3027
Admissions, Public Housing 706-378-3945
Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 office 706-235-0247
Molly Majestic, Media & Special Projects Coordinator/facility rentals 706-232-8639 email@example.com
Rhonda Houser, Public Housing FSS Coordinator 706-368-8931 firstname.lastname@example.org
LaShawn Hall, Housing Choice Voucher FSS Coordinator 706-291-3030 email@example.com
Hattie Lawrence, ROSS Coordinator 706-232-8633 firstname.lastname@example.org
Elaina Beeman, Project SOAR Coordinator 706-291-3031 email@example.com
Appalachian Housing Counseling Agency 706-378-9917 firstname.lastname@example.org
Barry McElroy, Security & Investigations Coordinator 706-506-2999 email@example.com
TDD Line 706-291-4097 ext. 1140
Housing Discrimination Hotline 1-800-669-9777
NWGHA Reporting Hotline** 706-378-3942
**This is a non-emergency, unmonitored line for reporting criminal activity, drug activity, disturbances, and issues with NWGHA employees not following its Customer's First Pledge. Do not use for calling in emergencies or work orders.
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (MULTIPLE POSITIONS)
ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Interested parties may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Section 3 Job Openings
The purpose of Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968, ensures that employment and other economic opportunities be directed, to the greatest extent possible, to low and very-low income individuals. Section 3 requirements apply to all contractors and subcontractors working on projects funded by public housing assistance. NWGHA residents who are interested in being certified and made ready as a Section 3 employee must complete the "Section 3: Eligibility for Preference Application." It is available at each Property Manager's office, or it can be printed off using the link below. NWGHA residents are automatically qualified as Section 3 residents, but would still need to complete this required form. In addition to NWGHA residents, individuals who live in Rome, Georgia and Rockmart, Georgia and whose income falls within the guidelines for low or very low income may also qualify as a Section 3 resident. After filling out the required form, interested individuals should check NWGHA job openings to obtain information about possible employment opportunities made available through the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
While we offer a competitive compensation plan, these benefits are an integral part of our total compensation, and we continuously explore services that can enhance our program. NWGHA and Human Resources are committed to providing employees a work atmosphere that is safe, healthy, and secure, while establishing, administering, and effectively communicating sound policies, rules, and practices.
NWGHA provides a quality, comprehensive and competitive benefits package for both immediate and long-term needs. Most benefits begin 90 days after your hire date. Eligible employees have access to the following benefits:
Medical, Dental & Vision insurance
Short & Long-term disability plans
Retirement plan, 401(A)
Employee Assistance program
YMCA membership discount
Employee job training
Paid time off
These generous benefits are reviewed regularly to maintain the quality service our employees deserve. NWGHA reserves the right to modify any and/or all components of the company's work life and benefit plans at the sole discretion of management. Changes may occur without notice. All benefits are in compliance with the plan documents and policies.