FT Job - San Francisco - Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation - Project Manager
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Job Title: Project Manager
Organization: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Location: San Francisco
Under the general direction of the Director of Housing Development (DHD),
the Project Manager (PM) performs a wide variety of tasks related to
planning and developing affordable housing for Tenderloin Neighborhood
Development Corporation (TNDC). With minimal direction from the DHD, the
Project Manager coordinates and implements all activities relating to
project development from feasibility analysis through completion of
With minimal direction from the Director of Housing Development, the Project
1. Initiates and evaluates new development opportunities. Identifies
potential project sites and performs analyses related to the acquisition of
property. Coordinates the negotiation of the purchase agreements and
performs economic and non-economic feasibility analyses for each project
2. Procures construction and permanent financing for developments from
conventional, public and quasi-public sources. Researches and develops
financing sources; prepares financing applications and meets other
requirements of private and public lenders.
3. Organizes, coordinates, documents and facilitates escrow closings.
4. Solicits and coordinates the work of project consultants, including
legal, finance, and property management consultants. Negotiates contracts.
5. Obtains construction, architectural and other project approvals from
planning and building departments and other regulatory agencies.
6. Prepares periodic project activity reports.
7. Prepares and monitors development and construction budgets.
8. Prepares, updates and adheres to project timelines and schedules.
9. Prepares and implements relocation plans.
10. Coordinates bid and qualifications processes to select
construction-related consultants, including architects, general contractors
and construction consultants. Prepares and negotiates contracts. Monitors
11. Oversees project design development; supervises preparation of project
plans and specifications.
12. Prepares construction- and design-related cost estimates. Processes
requests for payment and monitors costs related to
design and construction.
13. Oversees the construction process including compliance with local
government and lender requirements. Performs site inspections. Recommends
decisions regarding and process changes order requests. Processes pay
application and loan disbursement requests. Assures compliance with plans
14. Supervises Housing Development staff as assigned.
15. Works with Property Management, Tenant Services and tenants in the
design and development of projects. Oversee development
and implementation of hiring programs.
16. Conducts due diligence tasks to safeguard the organization’s investments
and corporate integrity.
17. Performs outreach duties and public relations work as needed; attend
neighborhood and community meetings; act as liaison between TNDC, its
consultants, vendors, partners and the community. Participates in
City/County policy planning and advocacy efforts.
18. Meets with and reports to the Director of Housing Development on a
regular basis to discuss issues associated with the development process.
19. Attends TNDC’s Board and Housing Development Committee meetings as
20. Prepares and carries out annual Performance Plans.
21. Undertake tasks as may be assigned by the Director of Housing
Development or the Executive Director.
• High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and
• Substantial experience and in-depth knowledge of complex private and
public debt financing and equity for typical affordable housing development
• Substantial experience with and knowledge of design issues and
construction materials and methods.
• Well-developed oral, written and public speaking skills.
• The capacity to exercise considerable independent judgment over typical
acquisition, financing, construction and design issues.
• The ability to supervise; the ability to work with and lead a wide variety
of individuals and groups.
• The capacity to manage multiple projects independently.
• A bachelor’s degree and three years experience in affordable housing
development project management.
• An advanced degree can be substituted for a year of experience.
• Four years experience in affordable housing development project management
and master’s degree in city and regional planning, business, public policy,
architecture or a related field.
How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume to: TNDC/Human Resources, 201 Eddy Street,
San Francisco, CA 94102; fax to (415) 776-3952; or e-mail to jobs@....
Position open until filled.
Organization Web Site: www.tndc.org