Under the direction of the Director of Housing and Development, the Project Manager is responsible for all activities related to the development of at least two affordable multifamily housing developments.
Manage two (2) projects through the development process. This will consist of processing land use approvals, garnering community support, preparing funding applications, assembling the development team, supervising the design of the project, closing all construction period financing, monitoring construction, coordinating with Asset Management regarding lease-up and occupancy, closing of permanent financing and transitioning the project to Asset Management. The Project Manager will appropriately handle stress and interact well with others. This positions requires regular, reliable, predictable attendance.
To perform effectively in this position, the Project Manager must have:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Urban Planning.
- Two (2) years of experience as an Assistant Project Manager or One (1) year as a Project Manager managing low-income housing tax credit projects.
- One (1) year experience preparing proforma financials for low-income multifamily housing developments.
- Prepared at least one loan or grant application for low-income housing projects.
- Ability to meet California minimum and ACOF insurance requirements.
- Access to a personal vehicle to be used to conduct ACOF business.
- Ability to lift 30 pounds.
- Two (2) years of experience as a Project Manager.
- Basic knowledge of financing sources available for affordable housing.
- Experience with preparing various funding applications.
- Ability to close construction and permanent financing with minimal supervision.
- Strong knowledge of financing sources available for affordable housing.
- Graduate Degree in related field; e.g. urban planning, business, real estate development.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel and Outlook).
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