At Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) a lot of changes need to be made. Favoritism is a major problem as well as in-house gossip. I wouldn't recommend that anyone takes a job with CMHA. It is is an unprofessional place of employment that even practices sharing confidential information with outside sources.
Housing Advisor II (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 26, 2018
Overall good company. Appreciates dedication and great work ethics. Open door policy for critiquing of work flow processes. Diligently work to provide great customer service to all parties involved in daily activities.
I enjoyed working with CMHA. They had there ducks all in the row. Everything I leaned was because my property manager seen the strengths in me. I was able to be a leasing agent and a temporary assistant property manager.
OCCUPANCY TECHNICIAN Assisted the Property Manager and the Assistant Manager by performing clerical work, which involved handling rental payments, computer data entry, recordkeeping and interviewing residents for application and rent certification. • Performed routine and annual inspections of units
Housing Advisor II (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – February 8, 2017
I love the interaction with the clients/tenants. The potential to just learn something about them or from them can be very rewarding. A typical day at work can be just making sure everyone leaves with their questions and concerns answered with a smile. I learned to be better with face to face encounters. The workplace culture is mixed. I would not change that about CMHA. It teaches you to work with different personalities and temperaments. The hardest part of the job if you are not organized you can get behind in your workload.
Vice President of Asset Management (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 30, 2016
CMHA was a wonderful place of employment. As part of the senior management team, there were opportunities to shape policy, staffing and future real estate to serve our clients by providing safe, decent and affordable housing.
Exciting place to work with lots of opportunities to advance.
Inventory Control Supervisor (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 27, 2015
My typical day at work was refreshing because dealing with different people at the counter made each day different, which helped me learn to deal with all different types of personalities. I was also able to promote into a management position where I was warehouse supervisor until my retirement and enjoyed my employees as well as my co-workers. The hardest part of my job was preparing reports for our accounts payable department and the most enjoyable part was being around my co-workers.
Enjoyed being Productive in Housing Low income families. Co-workers great to be around. hardest part of job was evictions. Most enjoyable was seeing the faces of clients when they received their first key to housing.
Metro was a great place to work at! great job, great benefits, great co-workers, looked forward to going to work all the time. management was good and got along real well learned a lot more trades on the job and gained more experience
Processing work orders for low-income residential housing through CMHA. Work orders consisted for maintenance repairs, installation, and painting. Supply pick-up at warehouse and delivery of supplies to units and office. Assisting the team with upkeep of property grounds, preparation for inspection of units, and facility projects assigned to the team. On the job training of new workers and follow up with management after job completion.
Process payroll on a by-weekly processing for 250+ employees. Calculate all garnishments for civil division, child support, IRS levies and student loans. Calculate and process monthly, quarterly, and year end taxes. I really enjoyed this job, but the hardest part for me was being let go due to down-sizing