The Lowell Housing Authority is currently seeking an Assistant Director of Capital Planning. This Assistant Director is responsible for carrying out Capital Plans associated with the disbursement of funds awarded through HUD and the MA Department of Housing and Community Development. This individual plays a critical role in all phases of the design process, including selection of consultants, engineers and architects. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional in construction or project management and candidates pursuing a Masters degree within the field.
The Lowell Housing Authority has once again been named a High-Performer by HUD, with an overall Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) score of 91% for 2017. The HUD PHAS score rates the agency across key indicators, including our properties physical conditions, finances, management, and the agency’s efficiency in utilizing capital funds. Our continued success in achieving high PHAS scores would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of staff. Thank you to all staff who consistently strive to provide quality affordable housing and support service to our residents. The LHA has been a high performer since 2002, and it is our hope that we continue in 2018 to collectively work towards making the LHA a place for stability and opportunity for residents to achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
The LHA is about to begin a new academic year! LHA's Learning Zone After-School Program is now enrolling at two convenient locations--North Common Village, and George Flanagan developments. Our Learning Zone serves youth in grades 2-8, providing daily tutoring assistance, hands-on activities, critical thinking exercises, informational guest speakers, field trips and recreational activities to further promote academic success and broaden the quest for knowledge. Our classrooms are staffed with two educators, plenty of school supplies, and the latest technology to encourage learning. Learning Zone staff utilizes diverse programming, which includes educational games and group activities to keep youth engaged. 1:1 individualized attention is also available for students requiring additional help.
Born in the Lowell Highlands, Wayne Sevigny Sr., is a life-long resident of Lowell and a 9-year resident of Dewey Archambault Towers. He attended college briefly in the early 70’s, where he studied Mechanical Drafting and Engineering before joining the military in 1975. From 1975-1978 Commissioner Sevigny served in the U.S. Army as an engineer repairing bridges and infrastructure, and worked to provide lighting, heating, and battalion maintenance following the Vietnam War.
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