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Kentucky Housing Corporation

Deputy General Counsel

KHC Job Description
Deputy General Counsel

About Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC)
As Kentucky’s housing finance agency, KHC is a self-supporting, quasi-governmental entity whose mission is to invest in affordable housing solutions across the state. KHC funds and finances housing options for first-time homebuyer, moderate/low-income renters, homeless families and individuals, and persons with special needs. 

KHC staff enjoy a work culture that is both mission-driven and business-like. The corporation endeavors to operate strategically and sustainably. With a  37.5-hour work week, strong benefits package, and flexibility, a career at KHC makes work-life balance achievable.

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Job Title: Deputy General Counsel
FLSA Status: Exempt
Work Group: Legal Services and Compliance
Annual Salary Range: $75,226 - $97,793
Please respond no later than Monday, April 13, 2020.

GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: Responsible for assisting the General Counsel/Deputy Executive Director, Legal Services and Compliance as needed, to provide legal advice to various departments within the corporation, and to act as the fair housing coordinator for the agency. Supervise a team including attorneys and paralegals.


For more information about job duties and responsibilities, education and experience requirements, as well and general competencies, please review the full requirements for Deputy General Counsel.

KHC recognizes that continued success in meeting the needs of customers, both internal and external, requires the full and active participation of talented and committed individuals. KHC is a Federal contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law