Jobs & Internships
Real Estate Project Manager
OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage all aspects of real estate development, residential and commercial, with a focus on multifamily affordable rental developments. Manage budgets and schedules; compose and submit capital funding applications. Maintain relationships with development partners, funders, consultants and client groups. Bring critical real estate information and strategic opportunities and decisions to the Executive Director for consideration.
- Identify potential development opportunities and conduct financial projections, including rehabilitation estimates and development of financial packages and development budgets; Identify appropriate funding sources and prepare funding applications for pre-development, construction financing, mortgage financing, public subsidies and equity sources;
- Coordinate solicitation of bids for contractors and proposals for selection of other development team members;
- Track funder requirements and prepare and submit appropriate reports;
- Oversee construction work, including budget management, requisitions, facilitation of job meetings and management of transition from pre-development to construction to sale.
QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate for this position will have the following characteristics:
- At least five years relevant work experience with real estate development, construction, or real estate finance;
- Experience with accomplishing complex redevelopment projects with multiple partners and multi-layered financing;
- Desire to work in low-income communities, and appreciation of and motivation to work with residents and stakeholders to build strong and healthy neighborhoods;
- Have excellent written and oral communication skills;
- Ability to manage several diverse projects simultaneously, with humor and self-direction.
INSTRUCTIONS : Submit resume and thoughtful cover letter with salary requirement to Jennifer Hawkins at email@example.com; no phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Director of Finance and Operations
The Director of Finance and Operations reports to the Executive Director, is a member of the organization’s senior management team, and is responsible for a broad range of finance, asset management and administration functions.
This position supervises a part-time (2 days per week) junior accountant who handles all bookkeeping functions for the department and a part-time (2-3 days per week) receptionist. Supervision responsibilities may be expanded.
This is a newly created position. ONE|NB has undergone substantial recent changes and is looking for a self-directed, responsible person with an exceptional work-ethic and desire to contribute to agency’s mission. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate. Highly competitive salary and generous benefits.
Financial Management • Review monthly financial statements, as prepared by accountant, for three companies and be able to provide thorough explanation of reports to executive director and board treasurer • Work with executive director to prepare annual operating budget, and monitor expenses and revenue according to budget plan • Manage cash flow and produce rolling 12-month cash flow projection • Authorize check request vouchers • Ensure accuracy of accountant’s general ledger maintenance • Work with accountant to ensure prompt Accounts Payable processing and Accounts Receivable tracking • Work with accountant to ensure restricted revenue is properly released according to agreements • Approval and submission of grant reimbursement requests, as prepared by accountant • Serve as agency’s primary point of contact during annual audit and prepare agency’s response to management letter; ensure a prompt and positive audit is completed • Develop indirect cost allocation methodology • Maintain insurance log and routinely seek proposals to ensure best pricing and most comprehensive coverage
Asset Management • Oversee third party property management company to ensure optimum property performance • Monitor and track occupancy, rent collection, and turnover levels • Recommend corrective actions as needed. • Review property monthly reports and financial statements, analyze performance against budget, research variances, recommend and implement operational changes to meet performance objectives • Oversee the physical condition including maintenance and capital needs of assigned properties
Human Resources • Manage relationship with payroll vendor and insurance vendors • Ensure performance reviews occur at mid-year and year-end • Secure professional development opportunities for staff as needed, including trainings of workplace safety • Review employee benefits on annual basis and make recommendations to the executive director for maximizing benefits within budget plan • Manage annual open enrollment for health care • Maintain personnel files • Maintain employee handbook and ensure policies and procedures are up to date according to state and federal law, and industry best practices • Monitor employee adherence of employee handbook and assist supervisors to employ corrective action discipline as needed • Manage all personnel recruitment, selection and on-boarding
Information Technology • Manage relationship with third party contractor and ensure that office information systems operate efficiently and meet the agency’s needs.
Office Operations • Ensure office is well-organized and well-maintained to maximize employee productivity
Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree • Ten years related work experience preferably in the non-profit sector • Verifiable financial management experience • Advanced knowledge of Excel • Working knowledge of property management or asset management • Ability to translate complex fiscal data points into digestible and actionable information • Strong writing and verbal communication skills • Familiarly with affordable real estate development/community development
• Enjoys working in a casual, all-hands on deck office culture • Comfortable working in an urban neighborhood • Celebrates diversity of work-styles, cultural backgrounds, and job tasks • Solid sense of humor and ability quickly change course
Submit cover letter and resume along with salary requirements via email to Jennifer Hawkins by clicking here (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 7th. No phone calls please. We are seeking to fill this position immediately.
Income tax program: Every year we serve as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site from January through the tax deadline of April 15. Through the VITA program, volunteers prepare tax returns for local taxpayers in need of assistance. Volunteer tax preparers must be IRS certified – however, free training is available! We also need intake volunteers for the tax program to greet clients and help them fill out the intake forms. College students can get internship credit for being a tax preparer. Please contact Silvia Acevedo for inquiries by email or at 401-351-8719 x 105.