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Neighborhood Restore HDFC
Neighborhood Restore HDFC and Restored Homes HDFC are two related non-profit housing development organizations working in collaboration with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development in developing and preserving affordable housing throughout New York City.
Neighborhood Restore's mission is to develop and ensure the maintenance of safe and affordable housing and to oversee the stabilization, management and rehabilitation planning of distressed tax foreclosed properties. Neighborhood Restore oversees the Third Party Transfer Program ("TPT"), a city-sponsored program whereby Neighborhood Restore takes title to tax-foreclosed properties. Neighborhood Restore works closely with community-based organizations in managing and coordinating the pre-development efforts for the rehabilitation and sale of these distressed properties to qualified manager/developers
• Manage a portfolio of sites and oversee property management and development activities for those sites.
• Oversee the property managers in activities including development and approval of annual budgets and building stabilization plans, review of monthly financial positions, coordination of emergency repairs, and facilitation of productive tenant relations.
• Work with HPD, private funding institutions, and other City agencies to assist developers to complete scopes of work and financing options, rehabilitation plans, tenant communication and construction loan closing.
• As necessary, will reconcile developer accounts in preparation for the transfer of property including: all deficits, surpluses, waivers, building stabilization expenses, violations, liens and other direct costs.
• Manage and/or participate in ongoing special projects leading to further development and growth of the program. Projects may include assisting Deputy Director with development of procedures and performance evaluation systems for the program.
• Work with HPD to evaluate RFQ responses from potential developers, select qualified developers, and assist HPD in creating clusters of properties based on various property and tenant-body characteristics.
• Plan and participate in orientations and informational sessions for developers and/or tenants. Manages related communication materials, including developer handbook and tenant handbook.
• Respond to requests for information made by City agencies, elected officials, the NR Board of Directors, RFQ respondents, and the general public.
• Participate in quarterly NR Board of Directors’ meetings.
• A masters degree in planning, real estate finance, business administration or comparable field.
• Minimum of 4 years of work experience in the areas of housing or community development, property management, or planning is required. Work experience with the City of New York and familiarity with NYC neighborhoods is preferred.
• Strong organizational and communications skills.
• Knowledge of MS Word, Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and ArcGIS.
• Ability to coordinate complex activities, meet deadlines and use good judgment in satisfying conflicting demands and setting priorities.
• Ability to work independently and to perform tasks with limited supervision.
• Must have a strong interest in non-profit and government work and a willingness to work as an effective, enthusiastic member of a team towards the organizations’ missions.
How TO APPLY:
Please email resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.