FT job - SF - Citizens Housing - Project Manager
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TITLE: PROJECT MANAGER
The Project Manager is responsible for implementing housing development
projects in all phases of the development process.
The Project Manager will coordinate acquisition, design, entitlement,
financing, and construction activities for multiple affordable housing
projects in cooperation with the organization’s senior staff. The position
involves evaluating new development opportunities, negotiating consulting
contracts and complex financial agreements, representing the organization in
public settings, developing financial forecasts, overseeing the progress of
design and construction, and coordinating project development with the
organization’s leasing and property management staff. This position reports
to the President.
This is a full-time, exempt position in our San Francisco, CA office.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Identify, evaluate and initiate acquisition of potential project
· Identify, evaluate, and negotiate potential partnerships with
· Represent the organization at public hearings and other speaking
· Coordinate in-depth feasibility analyses of potential
· Develop and improve standard financial proformas and assist staff
with their use.
a.. Oversee the work of the project design and construction teams from
design development through construction completion and, together with the
Construction Manager, make decisions on behalf of the Owner about the
project design and construction.
· Oversee the Associate Project Manager’s work during the
· Develop relationships and provide technical assistance to other
· Coordinate all aspects of the development process on a variety of
· Negotiate contracts with general contractors, attorneys,
architects, engineers, and other professionals.
· Other duties as defined by the President.
· BA and at least (3) three years prior experience in low-and
moderate-income housing development or graduate degree in a related field
and at least one years experience in low-and moderate-income housing
development; additional experience preferred.
· Excellent written and oral communication skills, including
demonstrated skill in making effective presentations at public forums and
facilitating community group discussions.
· Strong negotiating skills and sound political judgment.
· Knowledge of real estate and tax law as it pertains to the
development of low-and moderate-income housing.
· Proven ability to work effectively with lenders, investors, public
officials, and low-and moderate-income tenants.
· Thorough knowledge of federal, state, local, and private sources
of financing for low-and moderate-income housing and familiarity with their
respective underwriting requirements.
· Strong computer skills, including developing financial models in
· Familiarity with standard architectural and construction
· Demonstrated commitment to the goals of the organization and to
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
· Possess a valid Driver’s License and able to travel within the Bay
Area/CHC service area.
Please follow the instructions in order to be considered for the position.
Please mail your cover letter with salary requirements and resume to:
26 O’Farrell St Ste 600
San Francisco, CA 94108
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject of your email.
Please send your resume as part of the TEXT content of your e-mail, NO
No phone calls, please. Open until filled. EOE.