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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER ---- HOUSING DEVELOPMENT / REAL ESTATE DEPT. THE POSITION Marin Housing Authority is seeking an experienced, self-directed
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 13, 2011

      Marin Housing Authority is seeking an experienced, self-directed
      individual with excellent verbal, written and analytical skills to
      assist with construction management, acquisitions, renovation,
      development, project management, maintain and make recommendations on
      program and bookkeeping systems, and assume the lead on special
      rehabilitation projects. Some assignments will involve supervision of
      consultants and vendors and close coordination with internal
      departments and external housing stakeholders.

      Under direct supervision of the Director of Housing Development and
      Community Revitalization, the Affordable Housing Programs Analyst will
      provide contract administration, construction project management, act
      as agency liaison with architects, engineers and contractors regarding
      the work to be performed, administration of contracts to ensure
      conformance to specifications and standards. S/he will assist in the
      development, acquisition and rehabilitation programs that provide
      affordable housing for low- and moderate- income residents in Marin
      Typical duties of the position include, but are not limited to:

      * Perform activities associated with the acquisition, development
      and/or rehabilitation of affordable housing units;
      * Develop multifamily rehabilitation scopes of work, cost estimates
      and technical qualifications of bidders and logistics plans for
      occupied residential or relocation plans ;
      * Prepare project budgets, bid packages, labor compliance agreements,
      contract negotiations, award and obtain permit approval;
      * Supervise rehabilitation construction work, track construction and
      project schedules;
      * Review and approve shop drawings, performance bonds and insurance
      requirements, change orders, field reporting and drawing records

      * Conduct post-construction activities such as final project cost
      review and cost documentation, contract close out, warranty review and
      operations and maintenance manuals;
      * Manage labor compliance agreements such as Section 3, Davis Bacon
      Wage Act, Apprentice Training Programs and other local, state and
      federal labor program requirements as applicable;
      * Work with a variety of individuals and agencies including financial
      real estate, and legal professionals, contractors, inspectors, and
      licensing and regulatory agencies;
      * Assist in the analysis, reporting and implementation of the capital
      fund improvement programs for the agency’s affordable housing
      * Assist in the preparation and analysis of physical needs of
      properties and building and corrective measures to be taken;
      * Coordinate the work of consultants, contractors, and Marin Housing
      staff throughout the renovation and reconstruction process;

      * Knowledge and ability to perform duties based on HUD established
      procurement procedures;
      * Create and distribute RFP’s/RFQ’s for contract labor;
      * Inspect projects in progress and at completion for final acceptance
      of conformance and design;
      * Prepare correspondence and reports on assigned projects;
      * Be responsible for analysis of historical and trend data;
      * Keep updated with current regulations, Federal, State and local laws codes;
      * Perform other related work as assigned.

      WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR : (Qualifications)

      The Affordable Housing Program Analyst should possess at a minimum a
      four-year college or university degree with experience and course work
      in such fields as construction management, construction planning/real
      estate, architecture, or a closely related field. A minimum of three
      years of recent full-time experience in a private, non-profit or
      governmental agency in housing program and construction management,
      financial analyses or related work which demonstrates application of
      the knowledge and ability requirements. Housing project and
      construction management, budget experience and familiarity with
      affordable housing assistance programs are highly desirable. Must
      possess excellent interpersonal and communications skills;

      • Be an effective and creative problem solver;
      • Possess demonstrated leadership skills and self directed initiative;
      • Be an outstanding analytical and strategic thinker;
      • Possess reputation for being highly accountable and credible;
      • Have a valid CDL in good standing;

      Salary from $5,418 to $6,586 per month, depending on experience, with
      a comprehensive benefit package, including PERS 2% at 55, an allowance
      for medical, dental and life insurance, and a 457 deferred
      compensation plan, generous vacation and management leave. MHA has a
      9/80 work schedule

      EXPERIENCE.......................HERE'S HOW TO APPLY:

      Applications can be downloaded online at our website
      www.marinhousing.org, requested at mhajobs@... or
      obtained by calling 415/491-2570. Hearing impaired, please call
      This position is open until 4:30PM on May 12th, 2011.


      The Marin Housing Authority, located in central Marin County within 30
      minutes of San Francisco, is a public corporation established in 1942.
      Our purpose is to assist low- and moderate-income residents of Marin
      County to secure and maintain quality affordable housing. We are a
      small, dynamic agency, well-respected in our field. We serve over
      12,000 people through a wide range of programs and services including
      information and referral, rental assistance payments, public housing
      for families, seniors and disabled, supportive housing services for
      special needs populations, and financial and technical assistance for
      moderate-income first-time homebuyers and low-income homeowners. We
      have 56 employees. Marin Housing’s Board of Commissioners consists of
      the five elected County Board of Supervisors and two appointed
      resident commissioners. Funding sources include federal, state and
      philanthropic grants and loans.

      Marin Housing Authority is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

      For additional information, see the Marin Housing Authority web site
      at www.marinhousing.org.

      Housing Authority of the County of Marin
      4020 Civic Center Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94903-4173
      415/491-2525 / Fax 415/472-2186

      ·         Compensation: $5,418 to $6,586 per month

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