The NACA mission is a noble one; but management needs to make sure there is a good life/work balance among their employees.
Housing Counselor (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 20, 2017
I worked as a Housing Counselor at NACA. While I worked there, my supervisor was having health issues, and as a result, I was working without much supervision much of a time. I was expected to work very long hours and received only a salary, so I was not compensated for the extra hours I worked on a daily basis. Make sure when you accept a position at NACA that you will only be working for a set number of hours (eight hours a day), and that if you are expected to work extended hours, you will receive compensation for those hours. I really respect the NACA mission to help provide affordable mortgages to low and middle income families, and I found it very fulfilling to be able to help people afford homes who might otherwise not be able to do so.
Good software, good help desk help for software issues.
Work/Life balance was not a priority when I worked there (maybe that has changed, I worked there a long time ago, in 2006)