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Project Manager - Habitat for Humanity, SF

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 14, 2006
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      -----Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 06/14/2006 12:15PM -----

      Job Title: Project Manager
      Organization: Habitat for Humanity San Francisco
      Location: San Francisco
      Salary: 50,000 - 60,000
      FT  Regular


      This full-time position reports to and works closely with the Executive
      Director and Construction Manager and is an integral part of Habitat for
      Humanity San Francisco?s (HHSF) real estate and housing development team.
      HHSF is the premier San Francisco homeownership developer that combines
      innovative land acquisition techniques with the dignity of ?sweat equity? to
      create communities. The Project Manager will partner with and motivate HHSF
      volunteers to spearhead land acquisition and community acceptance efforts
      needed to provide affordable homes
      in San Francisco and Marin Counties.


      Site Selection: Work with staff, Board and volunteer committee as head of
      site selection efforts to acquire land in San Francisco and Marin Counties.
      Coordinate response to RFPs; perform pre-acquisition due diligence
      including: property inspection, financial analysis, zoning evaluation, etc.

      Pre-Development: Work with Departments of Building Inspection, architects,
      engineers and partner developers/subcontractors to ensure timely and
      professional process for pre-development.

      Pre-Construction: Coordinate Phase I Environmental Site Assessment;
      establish schedule of values/budgets for project residences; perform
      material takeoffs for each residence; construct critical path construction
      schedules; and supply information for AHP, SHOP and other loans and grants.

      Permitting: Manage permitting process for all projects including: water
      meters, electric/gas engineering and service requirements; street
      improvement, sidewalk replacement and reconstruction permits; sewer
      connection; plan check; plumbing, electrical and street use permits;
      zoning/land use issues; urban forestry street tree permitting; and
      communication, data engineering and service submittals.

      Construction Facilitation: Coordinate RFI?s between construction staff and
      architect/engineer; manage monthly reporting to government partners;
      maintain schedule of values/budgets; maintain construction schedules; work
      with Director of Volunteer Services to update Volunteer website schedules;
      produce submittals as necessary; and coordinate special inspections as

      Advocacy: Increase the number of affordable homeownership opportunities in
      San Francisco and Marin by partnering with community leaders to ensure HHSF?
      s mission is represented at public hearings, in local and regional media and
      with similar advocacy organizations.

      Fund/Finance Development: Work with Executive Director and Office and
      Finance Manager to apply for and secure government funding (including, but
      not limited to: SHOP, AHP, MOH and Cal HOME) to assist with project

      Other duties as assigned.


      ?    Commitment to serving families with low-incomes and advancing the critical
      call for affordable housing in San Francisco and Marin Counties.
      ?    HHSF?s mission is achieved largely through volunteer efforts; the ideal
      candidate will effectively utilize this pool of dedicated community
      ?    Experience and knowledge in completion of residential project development
      from start to finish.
      ?    Knowledge of non-profit housing development issues, policies and
      procedures (understanding of San Francisco or Marin
      development is beneficial).
      ?    Excellent written and oral communication skills.
      ?    Computer skills: MS Project, Word, Excel and Outlook (at minimum).
      ?    Excel at multi-tasking with various projects and deadlines; attention to
      detail a must.
      ?    Ability to work in a fast paced, open, team-oriented, casual office
      ?    Able to work nights and weekends as necessary.
      ?    Bachelor?s or equivalent required. Advanced degree and/or three years
      related work experience recommended.


      This full-time position offers health, dental and vision insurance, two
      weeks vacation, four personal days, retirement and other benefits. The
      salary range is $50,000 - $60,000, DOE.

      Application deadline is July 21, 2006. Learn more about us at
      www.habitatsf.org. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to
      phillip@..., subject line ?Project Manager?. Email strongly
      preferred. Or send to Phillip Kilbridge, Habitat for Humanity San Francisco,
      995 Market Street, 8th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103.

      HHSF is an EOE employer. Women and people of color are strongly encouraged
      to apply.

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