Q: What do testers do?
A: Testers assist the North Texas Fair Housing Center with the investigation of housing discrimination complaints.

Q: Is this a full- or part-time position?
A: Neither. This is an on-call position with no guaranteed minimum number of hours or assignments. BUT, testers are paid a stipend plus mileage for their work and also have the ability to work very flexible hours.

Q: What are the qualifications to become a tester?
A: Testers must be reliable, objective, observant, and have good oral and written communication skills.

Q: Is any training provided?
A: Yes. Testers must attend a training session and complete a practice test.

To apply to become a tester, complete the Tester Application.

Tester Application

Tester Application
Do you currently work in the housing industry (property management company, real estate firm, lending institution, insurance company, appraisal company)?
Have you ever been, or worked for, a property manager, real estate agent, lending officer, insurance agent, or property appraiser?
Are any of your family members or close friends property managers, real estate agents, lending officers, insurance agents, or property appraisers?
Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Have you ever been convicted of a crime involving fraud or perjury?
Have you ever been dismissed from a job for misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, or theft?
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* You must submit a current résumé for your application to be considered.