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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    Date: Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 9:26 PM Subject: Planning Jobs - Department of City and Regional Planning at Berkeley To: asha.weinstein.agrawal@sjsu.edu Planning
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      Date: Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 9:26 PM
      Subject: Planning Jobs - Department of City and Regional Planning at
      Berkeley
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      Planning Jobs - Department of City and Regional Planning at Berkeley

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      Project Manager/Senior Project Manager

      Posted: 11 Jul 2013 03:27 PM PDT

      THE POSITION Under the supervision of the Director of Housing Development,
      the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager performs a wide variety of
      tasks related to planning and developing affordable housing for Tenderloin
      Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC). The Project Manager or Senior
      Project Manager coordinates and implements all activities relating to
      project development from feasibility analysis through completion of
      construction. This is a full time exempt position. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 1.
      Evaluate potential development sites and perform feasibility analyses
      related to property acquisitions. 2. Procure financing from conventional
      and public sources, including preparing financing applications. 3.
      Coordinate, document and facilitate escrow closings. 4. Solicit and
      coordinate the work of professional consultants. Negotiate contracts. 5.
      Obtain project approvals from planning and building departments and other
      regulatory agencies. 6. Prepare financial proformas and monitor development
      and construction budgets. 7. Prepare, update and adhere to project
      schedules. 8. Review and implement tenant relocation plans. 9. Coordinate
      bid and qualifications processes to select architects and general
      contractors and subcontractors. Negotiate contracts and monitor contract
      compliance. 10. Oversee project design development and preparation of
      project plans and specifications. 11. Manage the construction process,
      including meeting lender and governmental requirements and processing of
      pay application and loan disbursement requests. 12. Work with Property
      Management, Tenant Services, Asset Management and tenants in the design and
      development of projects. 13. Conduct due diligence tasks to safeguard the
      organization���s investments and corporate integrity. 14. Perform outreach
      duties and public relations work as needed, including attending community
      meetings. 15. Supervises Housing Development staff as assigned (Senior
      Project Manager level). 16. Meet with and report to the Director of Housing
      Development on a regular basis to discuss issues associated with the
      development process. 17. Undertake tasks as may be assigned by the Director
      of Housing Development. REQUIRED SKILLS 1. Strong financial proforma
      skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel. 2. High degree of
      independence, initiative, responsibility, and accountability. 3. Experience
      with private and public debt financing for affordable housing. 4. Exposure
      to design issues and construction materials and methods. 5. Well-developed
      oral, written and public speaking skills. 6. Ability to work within project
      teams and supervise work of consultants. 7. Capacity to manage 2 or more
      projects independently. PREFERRED SKILLS 1. Experience with
      acquisition/rehabilitation and portfolio rehabilitation. 2. Experience with
      market rate housing debt and equity financing. 3. Experience with joint
      venture developments, including with nonprofit, market-rate, and
      non-housing partners. 4. Experience or interest in supervision and
      mentorship. 5. Experience with all phases of the development process,
      preferably with at least one project taken from concept through completion.
      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Project Manager: A bachelor���s degree and 2 years
      experience in affordable housing development project management; OR a
      master���s degree in urban planning, business, economics, law, public
      policy or a related field and 1 year of experience in affordable housing or
      community development. Senior Project Manager: A bachelor���s degree and 5
      years experience in affordable housing development project management; OR a
      master���s degree in urban planning, business, economics, law, public
      policy or a related field and 4 years of experience. PREFERRED
      QUALIFICATIONS Project Manager: Master���s degree in fields listed above
      and 3 years experience in affordable housing development project
      management. Senior Project Manager: Master���s degree in fields listed
      above and 6 years experience in affordable housing development project
      management. SALARY To be determined; based on experience Comprehensive
      benefits package APPLICATION PROCESS Please submit your resume and cover
      letter Here APPLICATION DEADLINE Open until filled. ABOUT TNDC Founded in
      1981, TNDC is a non-profit, affordable housing development organization
      that serves the Tenderloin and surrounding neighborhoods in San Francisco.
      WOMEN AND PEOPLE OF COLOR ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. EOE
      http://www.tndc.org/job/housing-development-project-manager-or-senior-project-manager/Firm
      Name: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) Location:
      San Francisco, CA Payment: Paid Contact: Sarah Brett Email:
      sbrett@...: Posted: Jul 11, 2013 Category: Housing Start
      Date: 1970-01-01

      Assistant Project Manager

      Posted: 11 Jul 2013 03:26 PM PDT

      THE POSITION Under the supervision of the Director of Housing Development,
      the Assistant Project Manager is responsible for providing administrative
      support and project assistance to the Director and project management
      staff. The position requires a responsible individual who pays careful
      attention to detail, has strong problem-solving, verbal and written
      communication skills, and is highly organized. This is a full time, exempt
      position. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Word-process, photocopy and fax paperwork
      as requested. 2. Research and compile project information for reporting,
      marketing and funding requests. 3. Create and maintain centralized files
      for project records and project information binders. 4. Coordinate
      logistics for special events such as ground-breakings and grand openings.
      5. Schedule and coordinate meetings for Director and Project Managers. 6.
      Attend and take minutes for the Housing Development Committee and project
      meetings as requested. 7. Prepare TNDC Housing Development Committee
      packets, including monthly development reports. 8. Prepare organizational
      funding applications and monthly compliance reports. 9. Assist with
      construction and permanent financing applications. Help package materials
      for funding applications, periodic and regular reports, and special
      requests to lenders, investors and other funders. 10. Assist with community
      outreach duties as needed. Attend neighborhood, community, and project
      meetings. 11. Help organize, coordinate, document and facilitate escrow
      closings. 12. Assist with bid and qualifications processes to select
      project consultants. 13. Assist with entitlements and permit approvals from
      City planning, building inspection, and other agencies. 14. Assist during
      the construction process including processing change orders and complying
      with local government and lender requirements. 15. Undertake tasks as may
      be assigned by the Director or Project Managers. REQUIRED SKILLS ��� Strong
      problem-solving skills and consistent attention to detail. ��� Manage
      multiple deadlines and work well under pressure for multiple team leaders.
      ��� Work independently, able to follow directions, and effectively
      prioritize multiple tasks. ��� Facile with information technology,
      including Windows, Word and Excel. ��� Highly organized and excellent time
      management skills. ��� Excellent verbal, written communication and
      interpersonal skills. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS ��� BA degree ��� High level
      of proficiency with Excel, Word and database applications. ��� Familiarity
      with affordable housing or nonprofit sector. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS ���
      BA degree plus one year administrative experience or equivalent. ���
      Exposure to affordable housing development. SALARY To be determined; based
      on experience Comprehensive benefits package APPLICATION PROCESS Please
      submit your resume and cover letter Here APPLICATION DEADLINE Open until
      filled. ABOUT TNDC Founded in 1981, TNDC is a non-profit, affordable
      housing development organization that serves the Tenderloin and surrounding
      neighborhoods in San Francisco. WOMEN AND PEOPLE OF COLOR ARE ENCOURAGED TO
      APPLY. EOE
      http://www.tndc.org/job/housing-development-assistant-project-manager-2/Firm
      Name: Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) Location:
      San Francisco, CA Payment: Paid Contact: Sarah Brett Email:
      sbrett@...: Posted: Jul 11, 2013 Category: Housing Start
      Date: 1970-01-01


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