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West End Residences HDFC, Inc.
West End Residences is a unique and innovative nonprofit organization serving the most vulnerable and underserved New Yorkers. Since our founding in 1989, we have provided safe and supportive transitional and permanent housing together with comprehensive services that assist and empower homeless and formerly homeless youth, families and older adults to live full and productive lives.
We are seeking an experienced Project Manager to oversee the development of our current project, True Colors Bronx, a 30-unit supportive housing facility targeted to formerly homeless LGBT youth, as well as future projects.
The Project Manager will work directly with the Executive Director, development team, government oversight agencies and all others involved in creating a new supportive housing residence in New York.
Please note, this position will not involve program oversight.
The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with comprehensive experience in overseeing supportive housing development. In addition, the ideal candidate will have experience working with the HPD Supportive Housing Loan Program and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Projects. The ability to independently manage workload with minimal oversight is essential.
Salary: $60,000 plus comprehensive benefits package
1. Implement all aspects of supportive housing development projects from inception to construction completion and conversion to permanent financing;
2. Work with housing development consultant on project budgets and capital and operating funding requisitions;
3. Oversee project teams including architect, contractor, owner’s representative and other consultants before and during construction;
4. Coordinate pre-development activities including community outreach;
5. Review project legal documentation with Executive Director and project attorney;
6. Coordinate and monitor all related activities to ensure housing projects are completed on time and on budget;
7. Provide progress reports to Executive Director;
8. Work diligently with all funders and ensure compliance with funding requirements.
1. Bachelor’s degree in urban planning;
2. Minimum of one year project management experience in supportive housing field;
3. Experience with LIHTC projects;
4. Experience working with HPD’s Supportive Housing Loan Program;
5. Excellent written and verbal communication and negotiating skills;
6. Ability to independently manage workload with minimal oversight.
How TO APPLY:
Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com or fax to 212-870-3372. No telephone calls.
For more information about West End, please visit our website at www.westendres.org.