• Many Mansions
    Job Description
    Many Mansions is a non-profit affordable housing builder, property manager, and services provider based in Southern California whose mission is to provide safe, well managed affordable housing with on-site life enriching services.  The Associate Director of Real Estate/Senior Project Manager performs a wide range of duties in Many Mansions’ affordable housing development program. The Associate Director of Real Estate/Senior Project Manager’s primary duty is to oversee the development of new affordable housing projects. 
    • Assists with supervising, coordinating, hiring, training, and evaluating the Division staff. 
    • Identifies and assesses the feasibility (e.g. due diligence, financing, design, land use, sustainability, and construction or rehabilitation) of new affordable housing projects. 
    • Develops project budgets, including ‘sources and uses’. 
    • Assembles the project team, including design, engineering, legal and other professionals and consultants.
    • Works with lenders, investors, title officers, attorneys, and other consultants during all phases of the development.
    • Coordinates and works with the architectural and engineering consultants and contractors; attends site meetings; maintains the construction budget and submits draw packages to ensure timely, cost effective and quality construction.
    • Collaborates with lenders and other Many Mansions Divisions and staff to transition from the construction to property operations phase.
    • Engages in community education, including meeting with and conveying information to community groups and residents, city staff, and any other interested parties regarding Many Mansions, housing development, our proposed projects and the type of site and building we seek to develop.
    • Communicates with the Director of Real Estate, Vice President of Real Estate, other Division Vice President’s, Chief Operating Officer, President, and the Board of Directors regarding the status of projects.
    • Excellent communications skills, including but not limited to, the ability
    • To speak, write and read English fluently;
    • To write reports and other correspondence clearly, meaningfully, and persuasively;
    • To speak, listen, and respond effectively with and among staff, agencies, residents, and others; and
    • To give presentations and speak effectively before groups and organizations.
    Competitive salary commensurate with experience and education. Competitive benefits include but are not limited to paid vacation and leave; medical, dental, and other health benefits; Employee Assistance Program (EAP), extensive career development and training opportunities, 403(b) plan matching, a 9/80 flexible work schedule, and more. 
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