Voucher Processor

  • Los Angeles LOMOD Corporation
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Oct 14, 2021
Full time Other

Job Description

JR VOUCHER PROCESSOR

 

The Jr. Voucher Processor is responsible for administrative duties, processing vouchers, special claims and other special projects in an expeditious yet accurate and thorough manner.  This position reports directly to the Voucher Assistant Manager and indirectly to the Voucher Manager and Operations Manager.  This position is non-supervisory and with no direct reports. 

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Process a portfolio of owner submitted monthly vouchers within Housing and Urban Development (HUD) established timeframes;
  • Verify tenant files are submitted and accepted by Tenant Rental Assistant Certification System (TRACS) for all units in our portfolio;
  • Submit vouchers to TRACS for payment after tenant files are accepted by TRACS for all units in portfolio;
  • Verify owner's request for payment is accurate and in compliance with HUD regulations;
  • Monitor owner's compliance of entries of resident certifications and re-certifications in TRACS;
  • Monitor owner's use of Enterprise Income Verification (EIV);
  • Monitor property Repayment Agreements;
  • Track unresolved items from month to month;
  • Verify Gross Rent Changes are implemented correctly and timely;
  • Assist with Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Invoice preparation and review;
  • Communicate professionally with Owner/Agents, public officials and service providers;
  • Quality Assurance of TRACS and Voucher process;
  • Verify Gross Rent Changes are implemented correctly and timely;
  • Maintain a portfolio of 5,000 to 8,000 units
  • Download daily TRACS error messages and send to properties;
  • Other duties as assigned.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Must be able to work independently with moderate to minimal supervision;
  •  Knowledge of intermediate to advanced business math skills; Ability to calculate Gross Rent changes, short term rent adjustments, prorated assistance, HAP payments, split units and discrepancies;
  • Ability to understand, interpret and implement HUD policies, procedures, regulations and other legal documents;
  • Competent with Microsoft Office products including of a variety of data processing and spreadsheet software as well as web browsers and basic office machinery;
  • Ability to compose professional quality documents, letters, and memos;
  •  Maintain confidentiality of all information gathered;
  • Ability to organize, establish priorities for work, coordinate multiple deadlines and be detailed oriented.
  •  Ability to manage multiple priorities, and deadlines while meeting productivity requirements in the face of changes, obstacles or other unexpected events;
  •   Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with diverse groups including LOMOD employees, tenants, property owners and agents and community partnerships, some of whose members may be under significant personal stress.                      

Minimum Qualifications  

Associates degree in accounting, business or closely related field preferred, however two (2) years of office experience in bookkeeping, accounting or related field, will be considered. One (1) year HUD property management or PBCA experience preferred.