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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Housing WA 2023

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Food Justice Strategist
Rainer Beach Action Coalition
Desiring to leverage the largest urban farm in seattle ( we are looking for someone knowledgeable about food systems, facilities and the people who build them. Of course we want housing in the form of homeownership on the top #BHI #rbac
Loan Administrator
Washington Community Reinvestment Association
The Washington Community Reinvestment Association (“WCRA”) is a non-profit banking consortium located in Seattle. Through a shared-risk loan pool made up of 33 Washington banks and additional funds administered on behalf of public funders, the WCRA provides long term financing for multi-family affordable housing and other real estate-based community development projects in Washington State. Since beginning operations in 1992 the WCRA has committed $360 million to create over 12,000 units of housing across Washington and our current loan portfolio is in excess of $130 million.

Working for the WCRA is an opportunity to use your lending expertise to support our mission to provide affordable housing and economic development opportunities through partnership.

This position is the key focal point for all loan documentation, closing, and administration.
Working independently or under minimal supervision, the Loan Administrator performs a wide variety of functions: pre-closing loan due diligence, drafting loan documents, ensuring all conditions are cleared for loan closing, building post-closing loan files, partnering on loan servicing tasks, and managing ongoing compliance with WCRA policies and processes.

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Senior Program Manager
Elevate Energy
The Senior Program Manager, Strategy (West Coast) brings Elevate’s mission across the Pacific Northwest by supporting Elevate’s role as a trusted partner and centering community voices in our efforts to advance housing stability in a clean energy transition. The Senior Program Manager develops and leads building energy upgrade projects from start to finish, including renewable and electrification projects; manages relationships related to project completion; and collaborates across Elevate and partner organizations.
Commerce Specialist 3
Department of Commerce
Office of Firearm Safety and Violence Prevention (OFSVP), and Community Safety Unit is hiring for three positions, two project roles, and one permanent role.

(P529 and P527) This position leads and assists with the full cycle of grant and contract administration of statewide funding assigned to OFSVP-CSU, which may include programs falling under the Community Reinvestment Plan. This position functions as a specialist in grant administration and works with little or no technical oversight.

(1557) This position functions as a specialist in community firearm violence intervention and prevention programs and works with little or no technical oversight. This is a policy area that requires a high level of political and emotional sensitivity, engages with stakeholders and communities statewide, and works on issues that can bring out strong reactions.

All three roles
The incumbent works on complex and conflicting issues, manages programs and provides specialized expertise in areas such as contract negotiation and execution; policy, procedure, and guideline development; technical assistance; monitoring for compliance; and ensuring timely application and disbursal of funds.
Senior Multifamily Housing Lender
City of Seattle - Office of Housing
The Office of Housing is recruiting for a Senior Multifamily Housing Lender to help gather information, analyze it, and make recommendations to the Rental Housing Programs Manager and the Manager of Acquisition, Preservation and Strategic Initiatives.
Your curiosity, willingness to ask questions, and examine the details before making recommendations will enhance your success. Our team emphasizes strong project analysis, regulatory compliance, and clear communication as we seek to ensure City resources are used effectively, maximizing our capacity to help Seattle’s low-income residents access safe and affordable homes.

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Project Architect/project manager
Schemata Workshop
Architect with 8-10 years of housing experience - you might be a PM on a couple projects and PA on another. Projects might be affordable housing, cohousing, spaces to support social service programs/offices, transit, community centers. Firm values community, racial equity, and sustainability. Mentorship (up and down) is a hallmark of the firm.
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