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Real Estate Project Manager

St. Nicks Alliance is seeking to hire a Real Estate Project Manager.

Posted: May 16, 2019

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Job Responsibilities

The Real Estate Project Manager is responsible for overseeing all phases of real estate development for multiple affordable housing new construction and rehabilitation projects from project inception through construction completion and stabilization under the direction of the Director of Real Estate Development. Responsibilities: 1. Perform development site analysis including zoning, site capacity, program options, & financial feasibility. 2. Create financial model for all types of real estate transactions including development budget, construction and permanent funding sources, operating budget, cash flow statement, and construction closing schedules. 3. Assemble and manage development team including project architect, engineers, general contractor, lenders, legal counsel, and consultants. 4. Review and negotiate engagement contracts, lender and syndicator letters of interest (LOIs), all construction closing legal documents, and agency regulatory agreements. 5. Carry out due diligence of development sites including ordering and analyzing appraisals, inspections, preliminary title reports, environmental reviews, and market analyses. 6. Oversee development activities including but not limited to the site and building design, managing community and tenant relations, and obtaining elected officials support. 7. Coordination of project acquisition, pre-development, construction, and permanent financing including the preparation of applications for conventional debt, tax-exempt bonds, LIHTC equity, Reso A funds, grants, and agency subsidy funds. 8. Monitor development project during construction, manage construction issues and change orders, prepare monthly status reports, and submit monthly construction requisitions. 9. Respond to Request For Proposals (RFPs) for housing and community development projects.

Job Requirements

1. Min. BA/BS degree with 2+ years of work experience in a real estate development or related field. 2. Experience with project coordination: managing clients and consultants; meeting project deadlines; and managing communication with government agencies. 3. Entrepreneurial in identifying problems and obstacles and proposing solutions based on independent research and analysis to the Housing Development team. 4. Experience in real estate development, urban planning, architecture, construction, finance, property management, community development strongly preferred – familiarity with city, state, and federal affordable housing programs and policies. 5. Excellent oral and written communication skills, computer expertise (Word & Excel), ability to work on several projects simultaneously and independently. 6. Bi-lingual Spanish-English Language - a plus.

How to Apply

Please send resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to: St. Nicks Alliance Attn: Real Estate Project Manager Search 2 Kingsland Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Email: cvasquez@stnicksalliance.org

Type: Full-time

Contact: Brian Halusan, Director of Real Estate Development

Property Manager

Win is actively seeking a Property Manager for our rapidly growing Supportive Housing Program.

Posted: May 14, 2019

Location: New York, NY

Job Responsibilities

The Property Manager is responsible for the day to day property and accounts operations of all Win Scatter-Site Apartments and Congregate housing locations.

Job Requirements

•Manage the location, inspection and confirmation for all new apartments and ensure that new apartments meet Win’s standards prior to lease signing. •Expand Win’s network by locating new potential brokers and landlords. •Prepare daily, weekly, and monthly reporting of all client/building repairs along with preventive maintenance to Program Directors and Case Managers. •Plan, organize, and implement oversight efforts regarding all repairs and exterminations. •Update the Program Director and Case Managers with results related to building repairs. •Ensure compliance with all regulatory agencies such as HUD, OASAS, HDC and HPD at 455 Decatur Street site. •Coordinate all communication related to landlords and management companies to ensure repairs are completed in a timely manner for all Scattered and Congregate site apartments.

How to Apply

For further details regarding this position and to apply please visit: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=0f3c1b89-3b8c-4140-a849-f6664b24384c&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Type: Full Time

Contact: mbonner@winnyc.org

Social Worker, The Schermerhorn

The Actors Fund seeks a Social Worker to provide comprehensive case management and support services to Schermerhorn clients.

Posted: May 13, 2019

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Job Responsibilities

The Social Worker for The Schermerhorn will provide direct services to residents identified as having medical, mental health, substance abuse, housing and employment issues. These direct services include case management, short-term counseling, advocacy, crisis intervention, home visits, and providing information and referrals for medical and/or mental health treatment to external resources within the community to ensure stability, continuity of care, and independent living. The social worker will also be responsible for completing assessments for their clients and assisting them in accessing and maintaining benefits and services both within the agency and within the community. He/she will work collaboratively with our partnering agency, Breaking Ground and CUCS, to address housing related issues such as rental arrears, neighbor conflicts, and other issues that potentially impede a client’s’ housing stability. The Social Worker will also assist in developing programs, seminars, and activities specific to the needs of the diverse resident population.

Job Requirements

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS •Masters in Social Work from an accredited School of Social Work and State Licensure •Minimum of two years post-MSW experience •Strong case management and clinical skills •Flexible and adaptable in working off-site for client advocacy •Able to work independently, make decisions, and problem solve when necessary •Must be organized in maintaining clients’ charts OTHER QUALIFICATIONS •Social work experience in a housing environment preferred •Ability to work evenings on occasion

How to Apply

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=78ba143d-538e-423e-a196-3f1b371fc0fe&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=289595&source=CC3&lang=en_US Please apply using the above link. A complete application will include a cover letter, resume and salary expectations.

Type: Full Time

Contact: egrubb@actorsfund.org

Program Director

Oversees the day-to-day operation of supportive housing program and assures the program operates efficiently and in compliance

Posted: May 07, 2019

Location: Bronx, NY

Job Responsibilities

- Responsible for the overall operation of the program, monitoring program budget and on-site financial procedures and records - Provides leadership and supervision to all program staff - Assures maximum occupancy of building and program quality assurance - Liaises with project's co-sponsors, managing agents, community agencies - Supervision of tenant initiatives and overall development of tenant community - Identifies systemic problems in program & administrative domains, guiding staff toward developing a plan of action that addresses the problem and documents the solution in the form of program policy - Monitors the intake of all new residents - Develops contacts with various agencies in order to refer clients as needed - Develops internal audit procedure in order to ensure that resident case files are in compliance with both agency policies and governmental contract regulations - Facilitates monthly community meetings, case conferences and staff meetings - Attends monthly community board meetings - Knowledgeable with Foothold database, quality assurance, data entry, evaluation, etc. - Knowledgeable with HUD contracts requirements - Knowledgeable with HUD Annual Performance Review (APR). - Knowledgeable with the NYC CoC Continuum of Care and Annual Evaluation Process. - Knowledgeable with DOHMH Contract and Standards, Level of Service Report and MAVEN Database. - Knowledgeable with HPD requirements, HQS Inspections and Annual Recertification process.

Job Requirements

MSW REQUIRED with minimum of 5 years in human services and administration. - Significant previous supervisory experience, prior experience working within a family supportive housing program preferred, experience interfacing with both operations and clinical services, and working with homeless families. - Strong organizational skills, ability to juggle multiple priorities, skilled in managing and leading staff. - Proficient with Microsoft Office and experience with - Foothold case management software or similar software preferred.

How to Apply

To apply please complete online application at: https://lesc.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/dd1e8605-eedb-d899-a2e9-22746852ad3a/apply?source=970010-CS-16991

Type: Full-Time

Contact: To apply please complete online application at: https://lesc.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/dd1e8605-eedb-d899-a2e9-22746852ad3a/apply?source=970010-CS-16991

VP, Supportive Housing

Win is currently seeking a Vice President to lead our expanding Supportive Housing program.

Posted: Apr 30, 2019

Location: New York, NY

Job Responsibilities

The Vice President of Supportive Housing will be a leader and problem solver, focusing on Win’s operational, administrative and fiscal oversight of Win’s Supportive Housing programs. The individual will establish an environment in which Win’s vision, excellent program management, and cutting edge best practices are employed to bring families to self-sufficiency. The ideal candidate is a leader that would be team-oriented, who can take charge, build consensus and affect change within the Department.

Job Requirements

•Create and revise programming in collaboration with Program Directors to meet the needs of clients and comply with all DOHMH, HUD and OASAS regulatory and contract requirements. •Participate in the framing of a vision for the direction of current and future services in keeping with the organization’s goals. •Develop and implement staff training to ensure the delivery of high quality services and adherence to evidence-based practices. •Identify meaningful metrics to measure client demographic information, service delivery and client progress. •Work with the Vice President of Policy and Planning and the Director of Research and Evaluation to ensure that metrics can be efficiently captured and communicated to existing and potential funders. •Ensure that program evaluations and reports are completed accurately and submitted to funders in a timely manner. •Work closely with the Vice President of Real Estate to ensure that all program facilities meet regulatory requirements and that all Supportive Housing apartments meet HUD requirements.

How to Apply

To apply please visit the Win Career Page: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=0f3c1b89-3b8c-4140-a849-f6664b24384c&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Type: Full Time

Contact: mbonner@winnyc.org

Development Consultant

Work with the executive director to develop a 3 year organizational fundraising plan.

Posted: Apr 26, 2019

Location: New York, NY

Job Responsibilities

1. Assessment of current data bases and development software 2. Recommendations for improving digital marketing and social media. 3. Targeted foundation prospecting to support housing development and general operations 4. Recommendations for improving ROI from direct mail 5. Recommendations for new donor outreach and current donor maintenance

Job Requirements

1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college 2. Relevant nonprofit fundraising/development consulting experience. 3. Knowledge of City Government and current NYC homeless policies. 4. Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills.

How to Apply

please send resumes with cover letter to jcampion@westendres.org

Type: Consultant

Contact: jcampion@westendres.org

Housing Navigator

CUCS seeks individual to help clinic patients access transitional & permanent housing and maintain connections to care.

Posted: Apr 25, 2019

Location: New York, NY

Job Responsibilities

• Assessment of the housing needs of individuals experiencing homelessness • Development of housing placement plans • Coordination of care with the Primary Care Safety Net Clinic team • Consultation with other hospital units around the housing needs of their patients • Referrals and warm hand offs of patients to the MOC, other outreach providers, shelters, safe havens, and permanent housing • Completion of HRA2010E permanent housing applications as appropriate • Data collection regarding services provided and client outcomes achieved • Reporting services and outcomes to H+H • Attendance at H+H and CUCS trainings

Job Requirements

• Minimum of 3 years experience with housing services offered through the New York City Department of Homeless Services, including shelters, drop-in centers, and safe havens • Knowledge of the process to obtain permanent supportive housing • Interest and/or experience working with people who are homeless • Comfort working with clients with medical, psychiatric, and substance use disorders using a person-centered and recovery-oriented approach • Ability to communicate effectively with city agencies and community-based service providers • Comfort working independently and as part of a team • Strong organizational, writing, and interpersonal skills • Computer literacy • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

How to Apply

Visit https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6096412.jobs?ShowJob=218390216.

Type: Full-time

Contact: lauren.taylor@cucs.org