6361 Development Project Manager, Orange County, CA

The project Manager is responsible for identifying opportunities for new development, coordinating the acquisition of land and helping to identify potential financing sources, monitoring and coordinating the acquisition/purchase of assets, managing legal counsel through the process of negotiating and memorializing agreements, coordinating predevelopment activities, and assisting with the monitoring and reporting process during the construction phase

Responsible for monitoring and reporting on all project budgets and schedules, and will be responsible for coordinating up to up five 5 projects at different phases in the development process.

Requirements –

A minimum of 5-7 years experience with negotiation and structuring the purchase of apartment projects,

Conventional and tax-exempt financing of apartment projects, Operating costs of apartment projects,

Financial statement analysis,

The activities of California cities, counties, and other agencies are relative to affordable housing,

Specialized financing programs used in affordable housing such as Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, HOME funds, tax-exempt bonds, various HUD programs,

AHP, various HCD programs, and other sources as necessary or applicable.

BS/BA – Bachelor of Science/Arts degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration,

Real Estate Development, or other Management-related field.

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