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Affirmed Housing Group
Job Description - Project Accountant
Responsibilities to Include: • Accounts payable, invoice review and check requests, data entry, prepare and process a/p checks, resolve invoice discrepancies • 1099’s processing • Vendor file maintenance, correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries • Prepare construction project loan draws, process change orders, review project budgets, preliminary notices, lien releases, insurance • Audit assistance for overall properties and miscellaneous compliance due diligence • Prevailing wage administration • General ledger maintenance, journal entries, bank reconciliations • Monthly project financials and subsidiary schedules • Monthly financials for a non-profit entity and related filings • Provide administrative support as needed • Filing, administrative duties, possible lifting up to 30 lbs • Perform other duties as needed to contribute to the company’s ongoing success
Qualifications: • Knowledge of accounts payable • Knowledge of general accounting procedures • Knowledge of relevant computer applications, Quickbooks, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook • Must be proficient in data entry, problem solving and be deadline oriented • Must have attention to detail, accuracy, and confidentiality • Must be organized and can prioritize, would be able to work well under pressure • Must have good writing skills, communication skills and use good judgment, should enjoy working with people • 2-3 years of loan draw and accounts payable experience a must • Bachelor’s degree preferred, buy may be substituted with applicable experience
CSH Senior Program Manager
Corporation for Supportive Housing Please follow the link below for the full job description and application process.
CSH is seeking an enthusiastic, results-oriented individual who has a passion for the CSH mission and possesses the leadership and management skills necessary to advance our work. You will work with communities across the country to expand housing and services solutions for vulnerable populations. Strong project management skills and an understanding of working under a scope of work with specific project deliverables is a must as is the ability to manage workload and project deliverables within a specific time frame and budget.
This position is responsible for implementation of programs, projects and initiatives with limited supervision; exercises leadership over work and is able to leverage opportunities and contribute to team’s development and planning. This position may also be responsible for relationship and business development, especially in newer geographic areas. If you demonstrate these skills and have experience with housing and service models for vulnerable populations, CSH needs you.
California Community Reinvestment Corp Support the origination team at CCRC by performing financial analysis as to permanent financing for affordable housing developments throughout CA.
Relationship Manager - Loan Origination
California Community Reinvestment Corp Management of the underwriting process for permanent financing of mortgages and tax exempt bonds for multi family affordable housing projects throughout CA.
Senior Housing Finance Consultant or Housing Finance Consultant
California Housing Partnership Senior Housing Finance Consultants (“SHFC”) and Housing Finance Consultants (“HFC”) advise our partners on financial strategies to structure and maximize equity and bond or loan proceeds raised, selection of equity investors and lenders, and negotiation of deal terms, preparation of financial projections and assistance in obtaining funding from a large array of competitive affordable housing programs.
After an appropriate training period, SHFCs and HFCs also must be able to:
-Independently run the Partnership’s in-house proforma considering all of the above funding sources, their rules and interactions. -Provide expert advice to nonprofit and local government housing agency partners regarding the optimal use of all the financing programs and services described above. -Provide expert consulting services on syndication and resyndication structuring, including a strong understanding of tax and financial concepts, as well as investor negotiating strategies. -Provide expertise to our partners on exit strategies for projects where Tax Credits are reaching the end of their 15-year compliance period by analyzing project economics, tax and regulatory considerations, and assisting partners in structuring a financing plan that employs innovative techniques to ensure that the nonprofit sponsor can retain ownership of the project with minimal out-of-pocket cash requirements.
While the primary duties will be financial consulting services for nonprofit and local government housing agencies, all Housing Finance staff assist in designing and delivering training programs on the above topics. Similarly, they must be able and willing to provide expert technical assistance to the staff of nonprofit and local government housing agencies regarding the same list of topics. Finally, Housing Finance staff, like other Partnership employees, must periodically assist with basic office administrative functions consistent with a small nonprofit organization.
Hope Through Housing Foundation The Services Coordinator will coordinate programs operated by service partners and will provide direct services for residents, their families, and their communities.
Identify resident needs, develop individualized property service plans, and deliver quality services for residents both directly and through service partnerships. Provide resident connection to community resources and referral opportunities, in accordance to resident surveys. Develop an onsite mechanism to facilitate resident connection to community service agency resources and referrals, including personnel of community service providers, educational opportunities and support groups. Maintain regular communication with external relations regarding new service partners and evaluation of service delivery by partners. Access partner and service provider database provided by External Relations to schedule appropriate services. Provide support for local, and/or grassroots efforts promoting health and wellness. Ensure service providers develop a site program schedule for residents with access to a variety of recreational, educational, and enrichment activities in support of resident needs. Serve as community ambassador, developing relationships resulting in in-kind service/product donations and financial contributions. Manage and monitor assigned property services budget including payroll, supplies, vendors, and fundraising.
BRIDGE Housing Corporation BRIDGE Housing strengthens communities by developing, owning and managing high quality affordable homes for working families. We are looking for an Associate Project Manager to join our San Diego development team.
As an Associate Project Manager, you will manage small affordable housing projects throughout the real estate development process. You will also have the opportunity to coordinate aspects of larger projects with oversight from senior staff. We are looking for an effective communicator who can coordinate the many aspects of a project across multiple stakeholders.
See website link below for online application.
BRIDGE Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering an inclusive environment for our diverse workforce. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, or veteran status. Pursuant to the California Fair Chance Act, we will consider qualified applicants with arrest records. Should you need any assistance or accommodation in our application process, please contact us at the phone number listed on our website.