Energy Square was named a LEED Homes Outstanding Affordable 2021 Project of the Year

USGBC‘s annual LEED Homes Awards recognize some of the most innovative and transformative LEED-certified residential projects, and the teams that made them happen, from all around the world.

Energy Square was named a LEED Homes Outstanding Affordable Project of the year! USGBC‘s annual LEED Homes Awards recognize some of the most innovative and transformative LEED-certified residential projects, and the teams that made them happen, from all around the world.

View the other amazing projects recognized by USGBC this year here

We’re Hiring – Real Estate Development Project Manager

POSITION AVAILABLE

Real Estate Development Project Manager
Full time – 35+ hour work week
Job Posting date 7/15/21

Overview:
Real Estate Development Project Manager will have 3 to 5 years of experience to process existing development pursuits and assist with new target opportunities. He/she/they will leverage their skills and experience in affordable housing best practices to take a significant leadership role in the creation of new housing for RUPCO’s growing portfolio. Must have experience and be technically proficient in aspects of affordable housing real estate development, including finance, grant writing, entitlement, design, construction, lease-up and operations.

Overview of Duties:
• Identifying acquisition opportunities, including evaluating over-all project feasibility.
• Researching, preparing and submitting funding and grant applications
• Securing acquisition, pre-development, construction and permanent financing
• Oversee the negotiation of major agreements and financing documents, including limited partnership
agreements, loan documents, construction contracts, architectural agreements, and property management
agreements.
• Develop and underwrite pro forms, budget and project narratives, based on targeted audience, Real Estate development matrix, local need and other functions as needed.
• Coordinate with architect, engineer, landscape architects, interior designers, property owners, project managers, and other team members
• Negotiate and draft contract terms and scope with design consultants and contractors.
• Manage project time-line, ensuring milestones are met on time and within budget.
• Oversee the construction draw process and develop monthly project reports.
• Responsible for managing and executing project contracts in accordance with department and corporate requirements.
• Maintain compliance in all federal, state and local regulations and other mandated guidelines and polices request to Real Estate and Community Development, including safety and quality assurance.
• Manage files, provide reports and perform other administration tasks as needed.

Skills and Experience:
• A minimum of three to five years’ experience in community development, municipal governance and or affordable housing. Master’s Degree in Urban or Community Planning, Business or related field
preferred.
• Experience and technically proficient in aspects of affordable housing real estate development, including finance, entitlement, design, construction, lease-up and operations.
• Ability to analyze complex data, perform sophisticated analysis and make appropriate recommendations and decisions. Experience with Excel and word processing software.

Experience with Project Management software a plus.

Skills and Experience continued:
• Experience in grant writing, entitlement process, public sector funding, public speaking and non-profit organizations. Excellent communication, team building spirit, interpersonal skills, and conflict resolution
skills necessary.
• Ability to organize, work independently, delegate, negotiate, and problem solve. Must have a commitment to the mission of the organization and a passion for providing affordable homes and
support services to the area’s most vulnerable populations.
• Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
In the course of performing the job, this position typically spends time sitting, standing, climbing stairs, walking, driving, carrying (20lbs), and lifting (20lbs). Operating a computer keyboard, firm strong grasping, and repetitive hand control. Makes and received telephone calls. Use of general office equipment: copier, fax machine and scanner. Subjected to outside environmental conditions.

Please submit a cover letter and resume attention Kevin O’Connor, CEO and send to Maru Gonzalez at megonzalez@rupco.org

We’re Hiring – Case Manager for STEHP Program

POSITION AVAILABLE

Case Manager – STEHP Program (Solutions to End Homelessness)

Full time – 35 hour work week

Job Posting date:   6/29/2021

Overview:

This position reports directly to the Director of Program Services and is responsible for providing support, guidance and referrals to tenants & clients in the STEHP Program. A considerable amount of travel will be a requirement of the position to assist clients with stabilizing their housing and achieving/maintaining their independent living. 

This full time position has duties which may include, but are not limited to:

  1. Responsible for conducting an initial assessment as well as developing an individualized service plan to address whatever obstacle(s) the tenant/client is facing.
  2. Conduct screenings and intakes to qualify participants as applicable.
  3. Provide ongoing interaction and observation of client’s environment, general behavior, daily activities and interactions with others.
  4. Make referrals and coordinate care plans with other service providers as needed or as appropriate.
  5. Provide activities for the tenants to promote socialization.
  6. Responsible to ensure confidentiality of clients files.
  7. Responsible for all client data entry to document compliance and changes in household information in all applicable data bases.
  8. Responsible for monthly contacts and input into all applicable data bases.
  9. Responsible for timely return of phone follow up with clients and providers.
  10. Provide transportation as needed to appointments or schedule transportation.
  11. Available to be flexible with work hours as business necessitates.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Education and Experience:

Must have good communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with diverse groups.  Computer literacy and data entry experience.  Must have current driver’s license and reliable vehicle for travel. 

BS/AS degree in human service related field preferred.  In lieu of education, 3+ years of relevant case management experience will be considered.

Attributes:

Flexible, compassionate, creative, organized, motivated and a verifiable understanding of the services and resources available in the community. 

Please submit letter of interest including summary of qualifications for this position to Director of Program Services, Kelsey Vargas at kvargas@rupco.org 

We’re Hiring! – Program Services Coordinator

POSITION AVAILABLE

Program Services Coordinator
Full time – 35-hour work week – Evening/Weekend position

POSITION SUMMARY
The Program Services Coordinator has a workload that is split between several programs that the agency administers. This is a full time – hourly position. The Program Services Coordinator is responsible for the
safety and well being of the tenants at the Stuyvesant building after regular business hours. This job is designed to create dynamic afternoon and early evening programming and trauma informed services to
enrich the lives of a diverse set of tenants. The Program Services Coordinator is also an administrative position for the agency’s Program Services department. This position has duties, which will work within the program guidelines and apply those standards to the program participants assigned to them. In order to perform the tasks involved with this position, the Program Services Coordinator must have the flexibility to balance their workload between two to three sets of responsibilities. Communication over the phone, in person and through writing will be a necessary part of the position.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
– Build a sense of community and security with tenants and their visitors entering and exiting the building
– Pay close attention to “questionable or unwanted” visitors to the building after regular business hours
– Provide additional duties related to the tenants health and human services needs beyond traditional business hours
– Build and maintain a catalog of dynamic programming to interact and engage with tenants 
– Onsite programming can include, but is not limited to, art classes, movie night, coffee nights, wellness activities
– Transporting of tenants to and from local appointments when traditional transportation is not available and/or organizing medical transportation as appropriate.
– Tenant interaction may include, but should not be limited to:
o Tenant outreach to pass along information directly from day staff (Services or Property Management)
o Basic service referrals for tenants or warm hand-offs to other support agencies
o Crisis intervention and diversion for tenants
o Wellness checks on tenants
o Safety and security with visitors entering the building
o Light case management directly to the tenant and/or involved family members
– Attend to emergency lock-outs while on duty to avoid Maintenance Staff having to respond
– Establish a rapport with EMS, Fire and Police that respond to the Stuyvesant building. Provide a greeting and an escort to the unit in which they are responding to. Complete an incident report and
leave for supervisor to provide follow up on the next business day. 
– Responsible for logging observation of tenant and visitor traffic through lobby area. Communication
must be shared with day staff regarding sightings of concern or those deemed out of the ordinary
– Perform administrative program functions, which include interviewing clients to gain information, articulating program requirements, written and verbal communication, research and investigation,
file documentation, negotiation, and compliance with state and federal regulations

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Education:
– Associates is preferred in human services related field (social work, psychology, or mental health counseling) are highly recommended
– Must have Driver License and car along with satisfactory driving history and appropriate car insurance
Experience:
-1-3 years of experience working in the human services field and/or customer service is required
-Experience working with the aging/disabled population
-Knowledge of Ulster County service providers, non-profits, and other local contacts is highly
preferred
Skills:
– Bilingual ability is desired but not required
– Compassion and empathy for the population being served in these programs
– Computer literacy is required
– Able to maintain confidentiality
– Able to work in a team environment and have good communication skills – verbal, over the phone and written
– Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle for travel
 

After carefully reading the duties and requirements of this position, if you feel you are qualified and interested in being considered, please submit letter detailing your experience/education to Director of Program Services, Kelsey Vargas at kvargas@rupco.org

We’re Hiring! – Homeownership Customer Service Coordinator

HOMEOWNERSHIP CUSTOMER SERVICE COORDINATOR
FULL TIME Position
8:30am to 4:30pm – Monday through Friday

Overview:
The Homeownership Center Customer Service Coordinator responsibilities include reception, customer intake, managing communications through the on-line application portal, and coordination and clerical support for the homeownership department.

Position Responsibilities:
1. Greeting visitors and clients by phone or at the front desk and assisting clients with overview information.
2. Providing clerical support for HOC staff.
3. Spanish Translation both written and verbal when needed.
4. Data entry into RUPCO’s client database management systems.
5. Responsible to handle yearly re-certifications and other program related follow up correspondence for programs.
6. Support for initial intakes and basic file preparation, maintenance, and archiving.
7. Responsible for maintenance requests on office equipment and ordering office supplies
8. Responsible to assist department supervisor(s) with clerical support.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Education and Experience:
Bi-lingual – fluent in speaking both English and Spanish.
Ability to translate documents into Spanish/English.
Able to communicate effectively.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with diverse groups.
Computer literacy and prior clerical experience is required.

Please submit notice of interest for this position to Sandy Altomare saltomare@rupco.org or Faith Moore faithmoore@ocrdac.org 

New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) will provide significant economic relief to help low and moderate-income households at risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability by providing rental arrears, temporary rental assistance and utility arrears assistance.Seven communities that received funding for emergency rental assistance directly from the federal government opted to administer their own programs. Residents of City of Rochester and Monroe County, the City of YonkersOnondaga County and the towns of HempsteadIslip and Oyster Bay must apply with their local programs for emergency rental assistance and are ineligible for assistance from the state-administered Emergency Rental Assistance Program.

Eligibility

New York residents are eligible for ERAP if they meet all of the following criteria:

  • Household gross income is at or below 80 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). These income limits differ by county and household size. A household may qualify based on current income or calendar year 2020 income that is at or below 80 percent AMI.
  • On or after March 13, 2020, a member of the household received unemployment benefits or experienced a reduction in income, incurred significant costs or experienced financial hardship, directly or indirectly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The applicant is obligated to pay rent at their primary residence and has rental arrears (rent overdue) at their current residence for rent owed on or after March 13, 2020.
  • The household must be at risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability, which can be demonstrated by having rental arrears owed on or after March 13, 2020.

There are no immigration status requirements to qualify for the program.

Households eligible for rental arrears may also be eligible for help paying utility arrears at the same rental unit.

Priority Applications

For the first 30 days of the program, priority will be given to households in the following order:

  1. Households with income at or below 50 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI) that also include a household member who:
    • Is currently unemployed for at least 90 days; or
    • Is a veteran; or
    • Is currently experiencing domestic violence or is a survivor of human trafficking; or
    • Has an eviction case related to their current residence pending in court; or
    • Resides in a mobile home; or
    • Lives in a community that was disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 (Check your ZIP Code); or
    • Lives in a dwelling of 20 or fewer units.
  2. Households with income at or below 50 percent AMI.
  3. Households with income at or below 80 percent AMI that also include a household member who:
    • Is currently unemployed for at least 90 days; or
    • Is a veteran; or
    • Is currently experiencing domestic violence or is a survivor of human trafficking; or
    • Has an eviction case related to their current residence pending in court; or
    • Resides in a mobile home; or
    • Lives in a community that was disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 (Check your ZIP Code); or
    • Lives in a dwelling of 20 or fewer units.
  4. Households with income at or below 80 percent AMI.

After the first 30 days, applications for all eligible households will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, as long as funds remain available.

Benefits

Households approved for ERAP may receive:

  • Up to 12 months of rental arrears payments for rents accrued on or after March 13, 2020.
  • Up to 3 months of additional rental assistance if the household is expected to spend 30 percent or more of their gross monthly income to pay for rent.
  • Up to 12 months of electric or gas utility arrears payments for arrears that have accrued on or after March 13, 2020.

Payments will be made directly to the landlord/property owner and utility company on behalf of the tenant. Tenant applicants will be notified of the amounts paid on their behalf. If a landlord is difficult to locate or does not otherwise provide information needed to complete the application, funds will be held for up to 180 days to allow sufficient time to locate the landlord and collect required information as well as to provide tenant protections and maximize landlord participation.

Apply

Program open as of June 1, 2021. Applications are now being accepted.

Documents you will need to apply when the program is open:

Renter Applicants

Renters will need to provide:

  • Personal identification for all household members. Acceptable forms of identification include: A photo ID, driver license or non-driver government-issued ID, passport, EBT/Benefits Issuance Card, birth or baptismal certificate, school registration.
  • Social Security number of any household members who have been issued one. Individuals do not need to have a lawful immigration status to qualify for the program.
  • Proof of rental amount, signed lease, even if expired. If no lease is available then proof can be shown through a rent receipt, canceled check or money order. If no documentation is available, landlord attestation will be accepted.
  • Proof of residency and occupancy – Signed lease, rent receipt, utility bill, school records, bank statement, postal mail with name of applicant, insurance bill, or driver license. Proof should be current.
  • Proof of Income to document income eligibility:
    • Documents demonstrating monthly income for the prior month, such as pay stubs, bank account deposit verification, unemployment benefits letter, or other proof;OR
    • Documents demonstrating annual income for 2020, such as a W-2 tax form from an employer, an annual statement of earnings, or a copy of a completed income tax return, such as a 1040, 1040EZ, 1099 tax form, or other evidence of 2020 annual income.
    • Self-attestation of income is permitted in certain circumstances where no documentation is available such as certain self-employment.
  • Copy of gas or electric utility bill, if applying for help paying for utility arrears at the same rental unit.

Applicants will be asked to attest that on or after March 13, 2020, a member of the household received unemployment benefits or experienced a reduction in household income, incurred significant costs or experienced other financial hardship, directly or indirectly, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The applicant will need to sign the application form and associated certifications agreeing that the information provided in the application is accurate.

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Landlord Applicants

Landlords and property owners will need to provide:

  • Completed W-9 tax form.
  • Executed lease with tenant applicant, or if there is no written lease, a cancelled check, evidence of funds transfer or other documentation of the last full monthly rent payment.
  • Documentation of rent due from tenant (e.g. ledger, etc.) or attestation on application.
  • Banking information to receive direct deposit payment.

The property owner or an authorized property management company will be required to sign the application form and associated certifications agreeing that the information provided, including the amount of rental arrears owed, is accurate and does not duplicate a payment received from another program.

The property owner or authorized property management company must also agree to the following terms as a condition of accepting rental arrears payments:

  • The ERAP payment satisfies the tenant’s full rental obligations for the time period covered by the payment.
  • Waive any late fees due on any rental arrears covered by the ERAP payment.
  • Not increase the monthly rental amount above the monthly amount due at the time of application for ERAP assistance for months for which rental assistance is received and for one year from receipt of the ERAP payment.
  • Not evict the household on behalf of whom the ERAP payment is made for reason of expired lease or holdover tenancy for one year from the receipt of the ERAP payment. An exception to this requirement shall be made if the dwelling unit contains four or fewer units and the property owner or owner’s immediate family members intend to immediately occupy the unit for use as a primary residence.

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Helpful Videos for Tenants and Landlords

Understanding the NYS ERAP Program and Applying for Funding – Details the various application and documentation requirements and how to apply for ERAP.

Navigating the ERAP Homepage – Overview of the ERAP Portal Homepage, and its navigation features.

Using the Tenant Application and Uploading Documents – Step-by-step walkthrough of the application and document upload process.

Understanding the Landlord Portal – Demonstration of the landlord portal, and associated features.

Ready to Apply?

Apply for the ERAP online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

APPLY FOR ERAP

Charles Steele Art

Charles Steele is an artist who has lived at The Lace Mill in Kingston since 2015.

Through painting, Charles Steele can convey aspects of himself without the constraints of language. His art is an exploration and an evolving journey towards a more refined expression of his experiences, moods, and emotions – engaging in a wordless dialogue with the viewer.

Charles’ love of the arts and painting started when he studied at Renaissance Arts High School in California. After high school, Charles deeply explored meditation, mysticism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, which helped him develop a profound appreciation of life and its challenges. In his search for “the meaning of life,” Charles spent seven years with a spiritual group that he eventually realized was a cult. After leaving the group and rebuilding his life, it was years before he returned to art as a means of healing and processing via artistic expression.

Charles was participating in RUPCO’s Homeownership Center’s First Home Club Program when he learned of a new artist preference living opportunity. In 2015, Charles became one of the first residents of the newly opened Lace Mill, which he describes as “a structure that has a theme to it” and “a nexus of the arts.” This collaborative environment has helped him flourish and grow as an artist and as a person.

“It was a wonderful experience to be among the artists and people at The Lace Mill the past several years”, Charles said. He has participated in many shows and workshops, developed friendships, and even served on the Lace Mill Arts Council.

In addition to being a Lace Mill resident, Charles has also served as RUPCO’s Night Supervisor at The Stuyvesant in uptown Kingston for the past 5 years. He feels that RUPCO has been the most supportive company that he has ever worked for. He is grateful that his job at RUPCO and his home at The Lace Mill have led to opportunities for him to become deeply involved in the professional art world and to connect with the experiences of so many people.

Charles will be moving to Florida at the end of this month to take care of his elderly mother. We wish him well and will miss him at both The Lace Mill and RUPCO. Best of Luck, Charles!

To see and learn more about Charles Steele and his art, please visit www.CharlesSteeleArt.com

We’re Hiring! – Property Manager

Property Manager
Full time – 35 hour work week
Date Posted 5/5/2021

POSITION SUMMARY
The Property Manager is responsible for completing assigned work and assisting with the day-to-day operations for all RUPCO owned or managed properties.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Answer incoming phone calls and greet visitors and tenants.
  • Travel to apartment sites as assigned or assist co-workers at other properties as needed to conduct RUPCO work (Ulster, Greene and Orange counties)
  • Management of rental units to include marketing, lease-up, rent and arrears collections, eviction process and apartment inspections. Maintain tenant files in accordance to RUPCO procedures
  • Prepare and maintain files for property information that provides data on buildings, taxes, utilities, contracts, vendors, emergency procedures, tenants and property insurance.
  • Review rent receivables monthly and resolve any issues with tenants and finance department
  • Respond to tenant issues and work toward resolution for conflicts that arise
  • Act as a liaison to RUPCO resident services staff and assist with identifying potential necessities of the special needs residents. Provide referral information to tenants for services and supports from community agencies.
  • Provide training to tenants related to emergency and safety situations.
  • Enter and communicate all maintenance requests received
  • Provide input to the annual budget process as required.
  • Make purchases for properties and department in accordance with RUPCO procurement policy.
  • Help to maintain high quality standards with respect to occupancy and other property
    management indicators.
  • Process all required reports for Property Management department.
  • Provide input and assist with narrative, research and stats for grant writing, related to the area of property management.
  • Maintain compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and other mandated guidelines and policies relevant to property management and operations including safety and quality assurance as directed by supervisor.
  • Prepare and send files for audits
  • Provide ‘on-call’ weekend and holiday coverage as needed
  • Attend required conferences and trainings as required or requested.
  • Obtain or maintain ‘Tax Credit Compliance’ certification. (LIHTC)

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education:
· High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
· Real Estate License is preferred.
· Must have Driver License and car along with satisfactory driving history and appropriate car insurance

Experience:
· 3 years of property management, leasing or real estate experience desired.

Skills:
· Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
· Effective interpersonal skills. Ability to work with diverse and difficult populations
· Conflict resolution skills
· Ability to organize, work independently, negotiate, and problem solve.
· Compassion and tolerance for people with physical disabilities, addictions and mental illness
· Good customer service and people skills
· Knowledge of EEOC, Fair Housing, OSHA, ADA and other applicable public laws. Computer literacy including
WORD and Excel programs

After carefully reading the duties and requirements of this position, if you feel you are qualified and interested in being considered, please submit a letter detailing your experience/education to Tasyka DeRosalia at tderosalia@rupco.org 

 

 

We’re Hiring! – Coordinated Entry Outreach Specialist

Coordinated Entry Outreach Specialist
Full time – 35 hour work week
Date Job Posted 5/4/2021

POSITION SUMMARY

RUPCO is an active participant in the Ulster County Continuum of Care (CoC) and serves as the Collaborative Applicant for the Ulster County CoC. The CoC oversees the Coordinated Entry (CE) list, a prioritization list to house the chronically homeless and the most vulnerable people experiencing homelessness in Ulster County. The Coordinated Entry Outreach Specialist will go to motels and engage the individual by offering stabilization services and light case management. The Coordinated Entry Outreach Specialist will also be in charge of updating the CE list contact information to ensure a warm hand off when CoC agencies report vacancies.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible to conduct motel outreach and engaging individuals in various settings of homelessness. Outreach services will be individualized and may look like: conducting phone outreach when contact information is available, visiting referred clients at homeless encampment sites, living in their cars, couch surfing, etc., and attempting to stabilize them in a local motel. Once secure housing has been obtained, it will be necessary to provide follow up with individuals to ensure they are stabilizing in the Permanent Supportive housing program.
  • Assisting tenants in navigating conflict as they transition from experiencing homelessness, into motels, and then finally into permanent housing settings. Conflicts can be emotional, social, financial, and if tenants are not adequately supported they can self-sabotage their housing opportunity.
  • Schedule and maintain, at minimum, two in-person meetings with individuals each month. Weekly communication, via either email or phone, made to ensure continued engagement.
  • Deliver case management services entered on Strengths based Case Management and Trauma informed Case Management.
  • Provide self-advocacy support designed to promote the individual’s ability to assess their own needs and to make changes in their own lives.
  • Attend monthly CoC meetings to report to local Ulster County agencies regarding the status of Coordinated Entry and those on the CE list.
  • Make referrals and coordinate care plans with other Ulster County service providers as needed.
  • Skill development of individuals by assisting them to gain and utilize the skills necessary to undertake employment or pursue educational opportunities when stably housed.
  • Assists individuals with Public Benefits management and advocacy with multiple systems, including enrollment in Medicaid.
  • Provide educational and vocational information and/or job readiness skills education and referrals.
  • Responsible to ensure confidentiality of client files and participant/tenant information.
  • Responsible for all client level data entry in all applicable data bases. Preparing quarterly reports on numbers served, status and successful outcomes. Provide additional reports as required.
  • Responsible for timely return of phone follow up with clients and providers.
  • Occasional flexibility to work hours required as business necessitates.
  • This is a newly created program and position. Job duties may evolve or expand as the program is launched and real-time experience related to the needs of the participants have been identified.
  • This position is reliant upon funding from NYS. RUPCO will pursue all renewals and opportunities for continuation of the program as they become available.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in human services related field (social work, psychology, or mental health counseling) are highly recommended
  • Certifications from the National Certified Counselor (NCC), Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), or Master Addictions Counselor (MAC) are recommended

Experience:

  • 3 years of experience of case management is highly recommended
  • Knowledge of Ulster County service providers, non-profits, and other local contacts is highly preferred

Skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with diverse groups required.
  • Compassion and empathy for the population being served in this program.
  • Bilingual ability is desired but not required.
  • Proven organizational skills and attention to detail are essential.
  • Computer literacy is required.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle for travel.

After carefully reading the duties and requirements of this position, if you feel you are qualified and interested in being considered, please submit letter detailing your experience/education to Kelsey Vargas at kvargas@rupco.org