Fair Housing Tester Training

Provisional Employment: Fair Housing Testers

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Email: info@LIFairHousing.org
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Long Island Housing Services, the not-for-profit, Civil Rights, Fair Housing agency serving Nassau and Suffolk is currently seeking conscientious people.

Testers are considered part-time, provisional employees.

Long Island Housing Services’ testers pose as ordinary persons seeking housing to observe the business practices of a housing provider in order to determine compliance with fair housing laws.

If hired for provisional employment, LIHS will pay Testers $24.00 hourly salary plus some mileage expenses.

• Must attend a Fair Housing Tester training session
• Must be reliable
• Must have reliable transportation
• Willing to work in Nassau & Suffolk
• Ability to write a report and properly follow instructions
• Honesty and objectivity

Long Island Housing Services needs conscientious people for ongoing projects. Participate in something worthwhile; support Fair Housing.

Long Island Housing Service, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/

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