Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 Sacramento Housing Alliance's 7th Annual Sacramento Regional Affordable Housing Summit
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Associate Director - Real Estate Development
Eden Housing The Associate Director of Real Estate Development is responsible for leading a team in originating, coordinating and implementing all aspects of the development of affordable housing projects. Projects may include new construction, acquisition and rehabilitation, portfolio syndication, and joint ventures with other developers. This position will directly supervise two to four employees in the Real Estate Development Department, which may include senior/project developers or associate project developers, and project administrators (I & II).
Eden Housing Responsible for originating, coordinating and implementing all aspects of the development of affordable housing projects. Projects may include new construction, rehabilitation, Eden-owned resyndications, and joint ventures with other developers. Project developers are expected to manage a workload of multiple projects in a collaborative environment.
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Tribal Technical Assistance Programs Manager
California Coalition for Rural Housing The CCRH Tribal Technical Assistance Programs Manager will be responsible for carrying out CCRH’s activities to support CCRH’s mission and programming by providing affordable housing and community development related technical assistance and capacity-building with a focus on American Indian Tribal Communities and Tribal Designated Housing Entities. Based in Sacramento, this position supports statewide technical assistance and capacity-building, research, community engagement, as well as informing policy development.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation Grant proposal development, research, fund raising
Rural Development Specialist – Housing, Development Solutions
Rural Community Assistance Corporation Planning, training, assessments, outreach, and networking. Work with other nonprofit housing organizations and other entities, such as local and Tribal governments, to create or improve housing development skills: assess market needs, facilitate program/project planning, identify operating, and project development resources, and assist with program and project management.