Human Resources Division
Human Resources Mission Statement
"The mission of the Human Resources Section is to provide services, information, programs, policies and procedures, and products that ensure pay equity, provide organizational improvement, support the diversity that reflects the diversity of the State of Texas, and that are fair and equitable for Department employees and management staff while supporting the goals and mission of the Department."
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) employs persons in a wide variety of professional, clerical, and technical positions. The agency is headed by the Executive Director, who serves at the pleasure of the six-member Governing Board. TDHCA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer offering opportunities for all individuals regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, disability including AIDS or HIV infection, citizenship, or intending citizen status. Reasonable accommodation will be made for persons with disabilities during the application process or at the time of employment. Requests for accommodation should be made to the Human Resources office as early as possible in the application/employment process.
TDHCA is located just southeast of the state Capitol and has professional career opportunities in community development, contract coordination, housing, finance, information systems, management, program administration, and more. A career with the State of Texas at TDHCA offers exposure to local, county, state, and federal government.
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About Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (Department) was created on September 1, 1991. The 72nd State Legislature consolidated functions formerly administered by the Texas Department of Community Affairs and the Texas Housing Agency. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and the Emergency Nutrition and Temporary Emergency Relief Program were transferred from the Texas Department of Human Services effective September 1, 1992. The Texas Manufactured Housing Division was transferred from the Department of Licensing and Regulation to the Department on September 1, 1995 and made a separate administrative entity within the Department effective September 1, 2001.
The mission of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is “to help Texans achieve an improved quality of life through the development of better communities.”