Career Opportunities

Please forward resumes to

Thank you for considering employment with LSC Service Corporation. ​

Affordable Housing Tax Credit Accounting Specialist - LSC Service Corp


POSITION TITLE: Affordable Housing Tax Credit Accounting Specialist  


SUPERVISOR: Accounting Manager 




4-year degree from an accredited university in a related field.  Working knowledge of cash and accrual accounting through financial statement processing required. Working knowledge of 4% and 9% low income housing tax credit accounting. Working knowledge of low income housing tax credit financial compliance and reporting. Knowledge of annual compliance and reporting for Ohio Charitable Registrations, SAM registration renewals and CAT tax reporting. 




Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing financial regulatory compliance support to the company’s property management staff in the areas of HUD assisted housing programs, and the IRS Section 42 Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Help to ensure all Low-Income Housing Tax Credit accounting requirements are met on a monthly, quarterly and yearly basis including all required escrow payments, loan payments, fee payments, and any other Limited Partnership Agreement reporting requirements.  


Reviews existing and future partnership agreements, monitors them for compliance of R&R deposits, loan payments, surplus cash calculations, residual receipt balances and recaptures. Help to prepare for all yearend audit procedures including five tax credit properties and four HUD mortgage properties including 202, PRAC, Mark to Market and one Rural Development mortgage property. Assist in developing compliance procedures and creation of forms to comply with government requirements and regulations. Ensures all forms are accessible and up-to-date on the company wide Intranet. Will maintain technical and professional knowledge by attending training as needed, and becoming certified in HUD/LIHTC certification programs, as needed. 


Help to keep records of daily financial transactions for senior affordable housing projects, management company, senior center, foundation and any other associated accounting activities.  Verifies, allocates and posts details of business transactions to subsidiary accounts from documents such as invoices, receipts, checks and computer printouts.  Summarizes detailsTransfers data to general ledger computer accounting program.  Reconcile and balance bank accounts.  Compile reports to show statistics such as cash receipts and expenditures, accounts payable and receivable, profit and loss and other items pertinent to business operationHelp to prepare and send bi-monthly payroll reports for processing.   


Helps to process a high-volume of accounts payable for multiple cost centers on a semi-monthly schedule while maintaining attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.  Requires computer skills including the ability to operate computerized accounting, extensive use of excel spreadsheet and word processing programs at a highly proficient level.  Requires highly effective communication, organizational and time management skills. Will work with a 5-person accounting team including the CEO, Accounting Manager and Accounting Assistants.   


Provide administrative support in order to ensure effective and efficient office operations. 


Perform other related tasks as required 




Part-Time Receptionist/Office Assistant - Fedor Manor

Position Title: Part-Time Receptionist/Office Assistant

Supervisor:   Property Manager





High School diploma or GED 
Computer literate, with knowledge of Microsoft Word & Publisher
Good communication skills (oral & written)
Detail oriented with good organizational skills 

Ability to relate to and be sensitive to the needs of elderly population





Functions as Receptionist at the office window.

Twenty-six hours (25)/week M-F
8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with a 30-minute lunch







Fedor Manor has a very active group of senior citizens. We are looking for someone with a lot of energy, compassion, creativity, and good administrative skills.



  1.     Answer the telephone and greet tenants/visitors at the office window
  2.     Handle inquires or directs the caller/visitor to the appropriate party
  3.     Assist with decorating patio area where residents gather
  4.     Assist with resident activities
  5.     Handle various mailings
  6.     Assist with re-certifications by faxing, mailing verifications, etc.
  7.     Prepare application packets and mail to prospective residents
  8.     Update directories
  9.     Filing
  10.   Prepare/distribute monthly newsletter
  11.   Maintain HUD EIV, remain current in HUD rules and regulations pertaining to Senior Housing
  12.   Other duties as assigned by Property Manager

Service Coordinator - Willowood Manor




POSITION TITLE: Service Coordinator


REPORTS TO:        Property Manager





  • Baccalaureate Degree with a concentration in Social Work, Gerontology, Psychology, Counseling or Public Health required;
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of community services in the region with particular knowledge of the resources available to provide for the needs of frail and ‘at risk’ elderly;
  • Proven experience in service management, including organizing, problem-solving, and advocating;
  • Trained in the aging process, elder services, disability services, drug and alcohol abuse and mental health issues;
  • Aware of eligibility for and procedures of Federal and state entitlement programs;
  • Alert to legal liability issues relating to providing service coordination;
  • Good interpersonal skills, communications, writing and word processing skills, problem solving and organizational skills in addition to strong advocacy capabilities; and
  • Possess the appropriate professional license where applicable.





Assume responsibility for service management function within the building.  This function includes development of contacts with service providers and agencies for resident referrals and the ongoing service management responsibility.  Educates residents on available services and monitors provisions of services.  Works with the Property Manager as part of the management team.  





General office environment with typical office equipment.  Occasional trips local service agencies and meetings.  Visits to resident’s suites.  There is a high level of fast paced activity involved in working on several projects simultaneously.








a.      Monitor the delivery of services to residents to ensure they are appropriate, timely and satisfactory

b.      Perform service management function for all residents needing assistance.

c.       Provide limited case management (i.e., evaluation of social, psychological and physical needs and the development of a service plan) for a resident when such service is not being provided by the general service community.

d.      Report all suspected abuse situations to the appropriate agency.

e.       Set up volunteer support programs with service organizations in the community.

f.       Advocate and negotiate on behalf of residents for adequate, timely and cost effective provisions of services.

g.      Meet with service providers as needed and appropriate.

h.      Assemble a directory of community services and make it available to residents, families and management.

i.        Contact hospital discharge planners to ensure resident receives appropriate services and may attend discharge-planning sessions when appropriate.

j.        Assist resident/family when a higher level of care may be necessary.

k.      Assist and advise residents and families of the services that may be necessary to maintain a self-reliant lifestyle.

l.        Assist residents in building informal support networks among themselves and with family members.

m.    Act as liaison between community agencies, service providers and residents.

n.      Encourage residents to be proactive in meeting their social, psychological, and physical needs.

o.      Facilitate meeting of needs when necessary, but avoid the creation of unhealthy dependence.

p.      May assist residents in understanding lease and tenancy obligations;

q.      Use the least drastic intervention necessary to alleviate a problem situation.



a.   Educate residents on service availability, application procedures, resident rights, etc., both individually and as a group.

b.     Educate residents, families, and staff on available community resources.

c.      Promote wellness activities for all residents.  Respond to all emergencies promptly and take appropriate action.



  1. Document contacts with residents, providers, and families;
  2. Maintain individual files on residents which will contain at least the following: intake information, service termination information, quarterly review and follow-up, human or civil rights abuse, resident/family meeting notes;
  3. Resident files to be kept in a secure area to insure confidentially;
  4. Complete reports with copies given to the Property Manager, Quality Assurance Administrator (Benjamin Rose Institute) and HUD in an accurate and timely manner or according to government regulations;
  5. Pursue avenues for additional services through local, state, and federal sources; and
  6. Create service management plans as appropriate.



  1. Work as a team member with the Property Manager in serving the residents. Follow up on resident situations the Property Manager believes may need supportive services.
  2. Assist management in identifying residents who need assistance.      
  1. Other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Property Manager.
  2. Attend workshops and seminars on service coordination, housing, aging and computers to keep skills current.
  3. Demonstrate a caring attitude toward residents. Interaction with residents and staff shall be courteous, objective, progressive and professional. 




LSC Service Corporation    |    Donnald Heckelmoser - President/CEO    |    14300 Detroit Avenue # 110, Lakewood, OH 44107     |    (216) 521-7260