In observance of Memorial Day, all County Housing offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024. We will resume our regular business hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.

For Public Housing maintenance emergencies, please call (314) 429-3811.

For HCV resident emergencies, please get in touch with your landlord.

Hiring Process and Tips

At County Housing, we believe in finding the right talent to match our mission and values. Our hiring process is designed to ensure a fair, inclusive, and thorough evaluation of each candidate.

2. Resume review
Our Human Resouces team carefully reviews each application to assess qualifications and fit for the role.

3. Interview
If it seems like you would be a good fit for the position’s requirements and our organization, you may be invited for an interview. Be prepared to discuss your background, experience, and why you’re excited about joining County Housing!

4. Background check
We are committed to the safety and trust of our community. As part of our hiring process, we conduct background checks and drug screenings to ensure the security and integrity of our team.

5. Reference checks
We value your professional relationships, and reference checks are an essential part of our process.

6. Offer
Congratulations! If you’re selected for a position, you’ll receive an offer of employment with details about your role, compensation, and benefits.

1. Research County Housing
Familiarize yourself with our organization, our mission, and our values to demonstrate your genuine interest in working with us.

2. Tailor your application
Customize your resume and cover letter to showcase how your skills and experiences align with the specific job requirements.

3. Highlight your achievements
Emphasize your accomplishments and how they contributed to your previous employers’ success.

4. Prepare for the interview
Practice answering common interview questions and be ready to discuss your qualifications and passion for the position.

5. Professional references
Ensure you have a list of professional references who can speak to your skills and character.

6. Follow up
After the interview, it never hurts to send a thank-you note to the Human Resouces staff and hiring manager and reiterate your interest in the role.