*TNDC Housing Development Internship 2011 Description*
TNDC seeks a highly motivated intern for the housing development department.
With the oversight of a Senior Project Manager in the Housing Development
Department, the Intern is responsible for supporting department efforts to
develop affordable housing in the Tenderloin and surrounding neighborhoods.
The hours for this position are flexible, with a minimum of 20 hours per
week. Interns are asked to make a minimum commitment of three months
starting as soon as possible. This is an unpaid internship opportunity.
Project support to housing development project teams on several affordable
housing projects in development that are in predevelopment, under
construction or in the close-out process. Tasks may include the preparation
of funding applications and contract binders, construction administration
assistance, and department-related infrastructure projects (i.e. post
occupancy evaluations, design/construction standards manual, etc.).
� Able to take initiative, follow instructions and function independently.
� Able to prioritize tasks, manage multiple projects and meet rigorous
� Be organized and have excellent time management skills.
� Reliable, punctual, excellent attendance.
� Strong attention to details and follow through.
� Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills.
� Able and willing to function well in a diverse environment.
� Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience.
� Excellent working knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook.
� Solid quantitative and analytical skills.
� Effective oral and written communication skills.
� Interest in a career in affordable housing development.
� Willingness to perform administrative tasks related to the development of
affordable housing projects.
� Volunteer, academic, or work experience related to affordable housing
and/or community development.
Submit cover letter and resume to: David Dologite, Senior Project Manager,
. Please tell us where you saw this position listed.
Deadline is March 4, 2010.
** Founded in 1981, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation�s
mission is to provide safe, affordable housing with support services for
low-income people in the Tenderloin community and be a leader in making the
neighborhood a better place to live. TNDC now owns and manages 31buildings
that provide homes for 3,000 extremely low-income seniors, families, people
with disabilities, low-income wage earners, immigrants and others in the
Tenderloin and nearby neighborhoods. In addition, TNDC provides on-site
supportive services and resources such as social workers and after-school
programs to help residents stabilize their lives and develop a sense of
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