Job Openings

Join our talented, fun and hard-working team of professionals!  The Housing Authority fosters a collaborative and respectful work environment where every team member plays a significant role in working together to further our mission of providing safe, decent and quality affordable housing to individuals with limited incomes in our community.  We offer opportunities for advancement and professional growth and meaningful work that positively impacts our Santa Barbara community and its residents. We currently have the following opportunities available:

Housing Programs Representative

HACSB has an excellent opportunity available for a full-time Housing Programs Representative in our Housing Management Department. We are seeking a compassionate and friendly individual that enjoys helping others to join our respected team of professionals. Independently performs a wide variety of technical, eligibility and case management duties involved in operating the Housing Authority’s Section 8, owned housing and Low Income Housing Tax Credit programs including; conducting eligibility interviews; determining eligibility and rent; conducting group and individual Section 8 briefings, and explaining housing programs and their requirements to applicants, residents, and property owners and managers. Incumbents in this position will be responsible for handling a substantial caseload and performing a variety of additional duties as assigned in support of the agency’s goals and objectives.

For primary consideration, applications must be received no later than Monday, May 15, 2023; thereafter position open until filled.

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Internship Opportunities

The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara helps low-income Santa Barbara residents achieve self-sufficiency by providing employment and job opportunities through its Intern Training Program. For consideration for an internship, individuals must meet one of the following Section 3 criteria:

  • Participate in Housing Authority, housing assistance programs; or
  • Be a low-income resident of Santa Barbara


  • Support Housing Authority Programs & Services
  • Gain valuable work experience and skills
  • Network with collaborative agencies
  • Receive paid on-the-job training

For more information regarding the intern training program, contact Alice Villarreal Redit: 
(805) 897-1036

Intern Training Program Flyer

Intern Application Packet