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Housing and Community Development Specialist III
County of San Mateo
The Housing and Community Development Specialist III position will engage in a variety of functions aimed at increasing the supply of affordable housing throughout San Mateo County and forging partnerships to address critical housing needs. The Specialist position will have job duties with a focus on managing, as the subsidy lender, affordable housing development projects from predevelopment through permanent conversion (“Development-focus”). The Specialist may also have the opportunity to work on activities that are more programmatic in nature and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of program support services including developing program objectives, preparing Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs), evaluating project proposals and underwriting, understanding and applying HUD and other program regulations, and providing technical assistance to and working with community groups on housing-related issues. Finally, the Specialist may also have the opportunity to work on activities that are more policy oriented and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of policy and partnership support to the Department of Housing and its interagency and private partners, nonprofit and for-profit, to support housing initiatives.
Housing and Community Development Specialist III
Department of Housing, County of San Mateo
Manage affordable housing loans made by the County of San Mateo (and other duties--see full job description).
Senior Affordable Housing Finance Consultant
Community Economics, Inc.
Community Economics, Inc. (CEI) is seeking an affordable housing professional with excellent skills in financial analysis and strategic thinking. The successful candidate will assist nonprofit housing organizations and public agencies with financial analysis for the development of affordable rental housing. Experience in housing development finance and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program is required.
Affordable Housing Finance Consultant
Community Economics, Inc.
Community Economics, Inc. (CEI) is seeking an affordable housing professional with excellent skills in financial analysis and strategic thinking. The successful candidate will assist nonprofit housing organizations and public agencies with financial analysis for the development of affordable rental housing. Experience in housing development finance and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program is required.
Project Manager- Real Estate Development (Hybrid)
Innovative Housing Opportunities, Inc.
Project Manager - Real Estate Development
FLSA Status: Exempt | Salary Range: $90,000 - $115,000/annually
Reports to: Associate Director of RED
Innovative Housing Opportunities, Inc. (IHO), est. 1976 in Santa Ana, is a nonprofit providing affordable housing, services, and economic opportunities to low to moderate-income households in Southern California.
IHO seeks a full-time Project Manager reporting to the Director of Real Estate Development. The ideal candidate shares IHO’s values, working independently and collaboratively to plan, develop, and advocate for affordable housing projects. This role demands integrity, initiative, responsibility, and diplomacy throughout the project lifecycle, aligning with IHO’s mission, vision, and strategic goals.
Perform with integrity and professionalism. Possess excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Collaborate effectively and establish congenial working relationships. Employ critical thinking skills and multitask in detail-specific and ‘big picture’ situations. Demonstrate high ethics, initiative, and accountability. Ability to work occasional nights and weekends.
Mix of desk work, on-site visits, and travel. Exposure to office conditions, noise levels, and active construction sites.
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred, or equivalent work experience. Minimum 2 years in affordable housing development. Excellent project management skills and a valid CA driver's license.
Graduate degree, experience taking developments from conception to completion, and expertise in affordable housing finance. Experience in complex housing projects, green building practices, and Southern California real estate.
Complete insurance coverage, Safe Harbor 401(k), ample paid time off, flexible work schedule; Equal Opportunity Employer.
Affordable Housing Finance Consultant (various)
California Housing Partnership Corporation
The California Housing Partnership Corporation is seeking to hire affordable housing finance consultants at various levels. Full descriptions on-line
Vice President, Loan Portfolio Management
First Citizens Bank
The Vice President, CDF Loan Portfolio Management, plays a critical role in managing a robust Community Development Finance (CDF) loan portfolio for all post-closing action items, including construction loan disbursements, loan modifications, conversions, performance monitoring, and reporting. In partnership with CDF Relationship Managers (originations) and CDF Loan Operations (closing and servicing), this role serves as the primary FCB business contact for a dynamic affordable housing loan portfolio comprising of construction and permanent loans, as assigned. This role serves as lead post-closing business contact with internal and external parties including borrowers, equity partners, public entities, credit examiners and/or auditors, representing FCB as loan-level expert for all required action items to maintain a high-quality portfolio in compliance with all applicable regulations.
Associate II, Loan Originations
First Citizens Bank
As the CDF team embarks on significant originations goals, the Associate II will play a critical supporting role on the California debt originations team by assisting with the underwriting of affordable housing loans that contribute to the achievement of the Bank’s CRA and Community Benefits Plan goals.
Vice President II, Equity Originations
First Citizens Bank
The Vice President II is responsible originating, underwriting, and closing CRA-eligible LIHTC fund investments, which include both multi-investor fund investments, as well as strategic proprietary investments in conjunction with debt opportunities with top tier sponsors in the Bank’s most competitive CRA footprints in order to achieve the Bank’s CRA and Community Benefits Plan goals.
Vice President I, Loan Originations
First Citizens Bank
The Vice President I is a Relationship Manager responsible for maintaining a portfolio of client relationships and originating and managing CRA-eligible community development loans, and associated proprietary fund investments, in order to achieve the Bank’s CRA goals. The VP I is supported by the team Associate and Loan Operations team but is ultimately responsible for all aspects of all loans under their management until they are repaid.
Development Project Manager
This is an exciting opportunity to join HACLA in its ambitious redevelopment program, encompassing one for one replacement of public housing, the creation of new affordable housing, and community, commercial, and recreational space and amenities.
Project Manager, Construction
Santa Clara County Housing Authority
The primary purpose of this position is to provide difficult and complex professional, technical, and administrative support for the Santa Clara County Housing Authority’s construction and rehabilitation projects and programs and provide highly responsible and complex professional assistance to assigned management personnel in areas of expertise. The incumbent will perform duties related to the programs and activities of the division relating to the construction and rehabilitation projects for the Santa Clara County Housing Authority’s owned/managed or privately-owned units including diverse, specialized, and complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility and coordinate assigned activities with departments, outside agencies, and the public.

Visit our website for full description and qualifications.

Closing Date: March 18, 2024
Salary Range: $114,191 - $153,027 DOQ
Director of Development / Senior Project Manager (depending on experience)
Laing Companies
This is a full-time remote role based in California for a Director of Development / Senior Project Manager (depending on experience). The Director of Development / Senior Project Manager will be responsible for overseeing and managing the development of affordable housing projects from start to finish, including pre-development, financing, acquisition, construction, and lease-up on the behalf of clients and Laing Companies projects. The successful candidate will manage relationships with consultants, lenders, and other stakeholders.
Housing Programs Director
Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz
The Housing Program Director is responsible for managing the largest team within the Housing Authority, which consists of approximately 30 employees, to administer the Housing Choice Voucher program and other rental assistance programs. The Housing Authority was designated by HUD as a Moving to Work agency in 2022, and the Housing Programs Director will have the unique opportunity to develop and implement innovative programs and administrative practices to enhance services for our clients and community.
Strategic Impact Director
San Francisco Community Land Trust
The Strategic Impact Director is critical to the success of SFCLT and will be joining the organization and executive team at an exciting time of growth, deepening and visioning. Responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive development program both in terms of its fundraising strategy, as well as its business development, the Director plays a key role in ensuring the financial sustainability of the organization, as well as the success and flourishing of the CLT model and sector overall.

SFCLT received a $20 million grant from MacKenzie Scott and is leveraging a portion to both launch a fee-for-service program as well as launch a larger joint capacity building campaign with other Bay Area community land trusts (CLTs). The Director would join a collaborative of CLTs that are working together on these efforts, as well as a group of funders, CDFIs and others in the housing preservation space that are interested in supporting this work. The Strategic Impact Director will play a key role in the startup fundraising for this plan and also in its design and implementation.

We are seeking a business development professional who has a track record in pitching complex new business models to foundations, impact investors, corporate and individual donors. An ability to work with our Finance Director and others team in developing the business model and play a role in leading program development execution and launch.

Housing Director
San Francisco Community Land Trust
The Housing Director is a member of the executive leadership team together with the Executive Director, Operations Director, and Strategic Impact Director, and has overall responsibility for the supervision of a small asset management department. Working as a collaborative leader, the Housing Director is responsible for leading a team to create an innovative pipeline of multi-unit residential real estate projects and ensure the financial health of SFCLT housing as well as the overall health, empowerment and leadership of SFCLT residents.

The Housing Director is hired by and reports to the Executive Director. SFCLT values teamwork and more horizontal leadership management.

Core Duties & Responsibilities:

Asset Management

Oversee the operations of SFCLT’s small asset management team to achieve the financial sustainability of SFCLT’s housing projects:
Optimize properties to achieve a DSCR minimum of 1.1 or greater
Manage reserves – Operating and Replacement
Identify optimal hard debt and soft debt (private and public) financial products for refinancing
Review Monthly/Quarterly Financials & working with the bookkeeper to create systems/improve our internal financial management
Annual Budgets: Create and present budgets for staff and residents
Identify cost saving methods like electrification & solar
Regular review of Capital Needs Assessments with Construction Management Director
Oversee Marketing & Lease Up Manager for Lease Up Activities
Lender reporting – quarterly and annual
Ensure compliance with loans.
Ensures working relationships with third-party property management firms
Leads Asset Management team in managing refinance events
Together with the ED reviews key legal agreements, including mortgages, loan documents, subordination agreement and guarantees for presentation to the Board of Directors.
Lead the Finance Committee to educate staff and board. See complete description at link below.

Senior Housing Planner
NCE is actively recruiting for an experienced Senior Housing Planner to join our Environmental Practice. We are looking for a motivated, critical thinker to join our interdisciplinary team of planners, scientists, landscape architects, and civil engineers to help us with a wide array of projects, including (but certainly not limited to) land-use design/planning, environmental documentation (CEQA/NEPA), permitting, policy, and community development.

We welcome professionals with a passion for building a practice. We are interested to collaborating with you to design your ideal role, and can provide a diverse team of professionals to support your vision.

This flexible position will accommodate an office or hybrid work schedule and can be based out of our Bay Area, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, or Reno office locations.

The ideal candidate will excel working both independently and within interdisciplinary teams. Candidates must also be extremely organized and task oriented. NCE’s clients include cities, counties, developers, special districts, and various public agencies.

Consider joining our team!

Please reach out via email, text, or phone with interest. No resume required for initial outreach. (I’m attending the event, and would be happy to meet).
Chief Real Estate Officer
Many Mansions
This position leads our real estate development department. See full job description on our website at
Link: None
Community Development Analyst
RSG, Inc

RSG, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is in search of a dynamic and proficient individual who is interested in community development, public engagement, and complex local government issues to join our consulting business as an Analyst. Our firm specializes in providing housing, economic development, real estate and fiscal health services to over 90 cities, counties, other public agencies, and developers throughout the state. The role involves conducting data collection, analysis, writing, public engagement, and customer service
within our four product lines. With a focus on providing services to various public agencies and developers across the state, RSG values candidates who align with our core values, demonstrate quick learning abilities, and are driven by professional growth and client-focused outcomes.

Compliance Specialist
Los Angeles County Development Authority
Under close supervision, the Compliance Specialist ensures compliance with affordable housing programs and assists with compliance reporting and approvals for various County initiatives, homeownership loans, and homeless grant programs in the Division’s portfolio. This position will be responsible for assisting with the administration of the unit’s annual outreach to management companies to require occupancy and income reporting for all grants issued under the County’s Affordable Multifamily Rental Housing Notice of Funding Availability. Additionally, this position will also assist the Compliance Monitoring Unit staff in communications and addressing tenant concerns regarding fair housing, accessibility, and regulatory requirements.
Chief Financial Officer
This position is for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to work at EAH Corporate located in San Rafael, CA. This is a hybrid-remote position. Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business or a related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience; CPA preferred. 1.5 years of high-level accounting experience, preferably in a non-profit affordable housing environment. Minimum of 3 years of management experience. Salary range: $250k/year to $400k/year; hiring range for new employees is generally $250k/year to $325k/year DOE. Please note an offer will take into consideration the experience of the final candidate and the current salary level of individuals working at EAH in a similar role.
SVP of Real Estate Management
EAH Housing
Oversees the administration and financial performance of the Real Estate Management Division in accordance with EAH’s quality standards and collaborates with senior management to set strategic direction for EAH Housing. Seeks appropriate growth opportunities for the department and maintains ongoing client relationships.

Through staff and on-site personnel, is responsible for optimal fiscal, physical, operational and social management of properties in the portfolio. Ensures that properties EAH operates provide high quality property management and resident services, and that properties are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and funding requirements.

Understands and supports EAH’s mission and core values.
Sr. Project Manager Real Estate Development
Innovative Housing Opportunities, Inc.
As an ambassador of Innovative Housing Opportunities (IHO), the Senior Project Manager (SPM) is integral to IHO’s success. Under the direction of the Associate Director of Real Estate Development, the SPM performs various tasks directly related to the planning, development, and advocacy of IHO’s affordable housing, mixed-use, and community economic development projects.
Project Manager
The Project Manager is responsible for the development and financial activities of assigned projects across multiple locations. They will work with various stakeholders to take developments from the concept phase to fully operational.
Link: The Project Manager is responsible for the development and financial activities of assigned projects across multiple locations. They will work with various stakeholders to take developments from the concept phase to fully operational.
Project Analyst
A Project Analyst with UPholdings supports the Project Manager to take a project from the conceptual stages to the commitment of all necessary funding for project construction.
Program Manager
mission housing
overseeing Resident Services Program for Family and Senior Sites.
Asset Manager
A Community of Friends
Manage a portfolio of supportive housing developments through oversight of property management companies, site visits, and financial and compliance reviews.

Analyze property-level financial data, including operating budgets, financial statements, residual receipt analysis, year-end audits and tax returns.

Work on special projects related to reporting, workouts and year 15 exit strategies.
Property Manager
A Community of Friends
Live-in position. Responsible for all phases of day-to-day operations of a supportive housing development. Work in partnership with services staff to build community for tenants.
Digital content strategist
Housing Narrative Lab
The digital content strategist to lead in these four areas:

Develop, grow and manage the Lab’s digital presence so that the Lab maintains a cohesive voice across all of our platforms.
Create a range of digital content including graphics, animations (GIFs) and videos for the Lab and our partners.
Design the Lab’s products, including reports, toolkits, webinar marketing, message guidance and other assets.
Support and / or lead training and presentations on digital strategy and tools.
Acquisitions Manager
A Community of Friends
This position is responsible for all activities related to the identification, procurement, feasibility analysis, and entitlement approvals for new sites to maintain ACOF’s pipeline of supportive housing, with a particular focus on alternative types of development (non-LIHTC).
Senior Project Manager
A Community of Friends
Join a highly motivated and engaged project management team committed to ending homelessness with supportive housing for people affected by mental illness. This position is responsible for all activities related to the development of multiple supportive housing projects.
Housing and Community Development Project Manager II
County of San Bernardino
Positions in this class manage large scope projects involving the rehabilitation or new construction of multi-family residential housing projects; and perform related duties as required.

Distinguishing Characteristics
The position in this class works independently to identify potential qualifying projects and development partners, as well as managing the project from inception to completion. This position is distinguished from the Community Development and Housing Project Manager I by the latter’s focus on projects already approved by the Deputy Director.

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Reviews work plans, descriptions, specifications, and estimates provided by potential funding recipients for compliance with program goals, and for construction cost reasonableness and feasibility, including materials and labor; may recommend alternative solutions.

2. Inspects potential project sites and compares to scope of work for viability; may provide technical construction advice and assistance to the developer as warranted.

3. Performs on-site construction inspections for contract management and compliance; approves change orders to contract; negotiates disagreements in scope of work between contractor and developer; may provide technical assistance to developer or contractor.

4. Performs site inspection and review, and approves payment documents, to comply with contract requirements; tracks construction funding per project to ensure contract compliance.

5. Manages and monitors Davis-Bacon Prevailing Wage Act Compliance, including reporting requirements.

6. Manages procurement process to obtain price quotes and to secure consultants, to assist in determining construction costs or providing services to project components.

7. Oversees and coordinates all stages of the development project, including site research and acquisition, feasibility analysis, design, construction, and close out.
Multifamily Construction Project Manager
Precision General Commercial Contractors, Inc.
The primary purpose of the project manager position is oversite of the construction processes of new construction and tenant improvement in the affordable housing world. The right fit candidate will have 5+ years of multifamily construction management, acting as a superintendent or a project manager on mid to large-sized projects ($3-50MM). Candidate will be responsible for overseeing subcontractors, updating MS Project software, maintaining schedule, 3-week look ahead, punch lists, coordination of supplies and vendors, and general oversite and coordination with the Senior Project Manager and the Regional VP. Strong computer skills and communication abilities are critical to the success of the position.
For more details about this role, visit job link or email Sarah at
Estimator - Multifamily Construction
Precision General Commercial Contractors, Inc.
We have an opening for an experienced, collaborative, and driven individual to join our team as an Estimator. If you are an Estimator with experience focused on Multifamily Construction, please apply! To view the full job posting (including responsibilities) and access the application, visit the job link or email Sarah at

Required for this Position:

- Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, architecture, or related field of study.

- 4+ years' experience in estimating, preconstruction, or equivalent at the GC-level (preferably, with demonstrated experience on 100+ unit projects and experience building in California).
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