Church Community Housing Corporation is Hiring: Project Manager
Position: Project Manager
Non-profit Community Development Corporation is seeking person with 1-2 years experience with Affordable Housing and Community Development programs. Candidates should be detailed oriented, possess strong communication and organization skills. Experience grant writing, construction management and financing is helpful. Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Planning or related field preferred. Please provide resume and writing salary when applying. Salary commensurate with experience.
Scope and Purpose:
The Project Manager (PM) works under the supervision of the Senior Project Manager and the Executive Director. The PM is responsible for all aspects of development, oversight of new housing initiatives, and managing the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program in keeping with Church Community's mission of developing housing for low and moderate income persons. The PM shall assist other staff to coordinate services provided by CCHC.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Work with development staff (Executive Director, Senior Project Manager) in the maintenance of all development project files including: funding applications, funding commitments, development team contracts, acquisition files, etc.
- Preparation of project funding applications for HUD, RIH, State of RI, local funding programs and foundations as well as any other grant proposals as needed.
- Manage the CDBG program including applications, administration, trainings, and reporting in conjunction with municipal staff for all Newport County municipalities.
- Manage single and multi family residential construction in coordination with development team members.
- Preparation of request for bids from contractors for the construction or rehabilitation of properties.
- Preparation of contracts with development team members.
- Preparation of contracts for property acquisitions and sales.
- Coordination of financial and acquisition closing documentation related to property purchases and sales.
- Coordinate all funder compliance activities including the submission of drawdown requests, completion of monitoring reports and other reporting requirements.
- Work on special projects as the need arises.
- Attend in-house and outside training sessions and conferences as needed.
- Be versed in scope of CCHC activities and make presentations to funders and potential funders on behalf of CCHC.
- Maintain confidentiality of all clients and beneficiaries of CCHC services.
- Assist the other staff as needed in an effort to support the mission of the organization.
- Wear suitable work attire and have neat, clean appearance.
- Make appropriate use of company resources.
- Maintain cordial and professional relations with colleagues, other agency and municipal staff, the director, other staff members, etc.
- Work at prescribed hours (40 hours per week)