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Excellent opportunity to learn the nuts and bolts of affordable housing development. Community Assisted Tenant Controlled Housing, Inc. (CATCH) is a not-for-profit organization that works to transform distressed buildings across New York City into decent, resident-controlled housing. At the invitation of residents, local politicians, or non-profit agencies, we arrange and oversee the rehabilitation of abandoned or dilapidated buildings.
$35,000 to $40,000 plus excellent benefits.
- Work with elected officials, government employees, and banks to apply for public/private funding. - Underwrite development deals by accounting for revenue, expenses, and debt. - Organize data and documents required for grant applications. - Oversee and forecast building budgets. - Attend construction meetings and perform site visits. - Conduct due diligence for rental applications. - Collaborate with management companies to ensure compliance with affordability regulations. - Research subsidy programs available for energy efficiency. - Draft, finalize, and submit grant and government reports. - Evening meetings and travel in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan. - Respond to requests from tenants and building board members.
- Demonstrated experience or interest in affordable housing development. - Ability to handle a variety of tasks and deadlines simultaneously. - Ability to create and manipulate spreadsheets. - The successful candidate will be self-directed, will have good written and verbal communication skills, and excellent analytical skills.
- Undergraduate degree in real estate or building science, or equivalent experience preferred. - Familiarity with city, state and Federal housing production programs highly desirable.
How TO APPLY:
Send a cover letter, resume, excel spreadsheet sample, and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org Please put “CATCH Project Assistant” in the title.
Community Assisted Tenant Controlled Housing, Inc. (CATCH) is a not-forprofit organization that works to transform distressed buildings across New York City into decent, affordable, resident-controlled housing. At the invitation of residents, local politicians, non-profit agencies, or the city, we arrange and oversee the rehabilitation of abandoned or dilapidated buildings. Rather than taking title to these buildings directly, we typically put them under the ownership of a neighborhood-based “mutual housing association, ” or MHA. Each MHA is governed by a board of directors that includes residents, CATCH representatives, and sometimes people from the local community as well. All building residents are members of the MHA, and are legally entitled to vote for representatives on the board of directors or run for a position themselves.