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Job Title: Project Manager
Company Name: POAH (Preservation of Affordable Housing)
Location: Boston, MA United States
Position Type: Full Time
Post Date: 09/09/2019
Expire Date: 11/09/2019
Job Categories: Development and Fund Raising
Job Description
Project Manager
About the opportunity: POAH is seeking a Boston-based Project Manager to join its Real Estate Development team. With the oversight and support of one of POAH’s senior development team members, Project Managers oversee two or more developments simultaneously, participating in project ‘life’ from acquisition to completion of construction and lease-up, including financial analysis, design and construction, and transfer of the completed project to the property management function. Some of the Project Manager’s specific and essential tasks may include:

• Identifying project opportunities and defining project scope.
• Determining financial feasibility in consultation with other team members.
• Assembling a team of professionals including architect, engineer, real estate broker, lawyer and contractor, and coordinating their work with other team members, including colleagues and client staff.
• Working with a team of consultants and community stakeholders on master planning, design, and permitting.
• Collaborating with and presenting to community stakeholders including residents, neighbors, public agencies and other groups
• Establishing and managing the project budget to achieve projected financial objectives, tracking costs, analyzing and resolving budget shortfalls.
• Monitoring design and construction in the context of local building codes, efficiency, and the principles of sound property management.

Experience & Knowledge
Candidates for this position should possess at least 2 years of relevant experience and knowledge in some or all of the following areas:
• Housing and community development, especially affordable housing and the regulations and financing applicable to the industry;
• Conceiving of projects and promoting them to diverse audiences, including community-based and tenant organizations.
• Experience in the area of mixed income, mixed use development, and master planning
• Structuring, negotiating and bringing deals to closure;
• Public and private financing and transaction structuring.
• Design and construction management, including multi-family construction and rehab;
• Establishing, monitoring, and achieving projected development budgets;
• Regulatory issues related to real estate development work;

Candidates should have demonstrated ability to:
• Lead a team with diverse interests and backgrounds;
• Communicate effectively in person and in writing;
• Perform spreadsheet and other financial analyses,
• Make convincing public presentations using PowerPoint and other tools;
• Manage simultaneous and competing activities and demands, and
• Remain organized and meet deadlines.

Job Requirements:
• Ability to travel
• Ability to attend periodic evening meetings

Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, life and disability insurances and 401k retirement plan with company match.

Applicants must include cover letter and resume.

POAH is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in the workplace.
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Company Name: POAH (Preservation of Affordable Housing)
Company Description:
About POAH: Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH) is, as its name implies, a non-profit organization committed to preserving “at risk” affordable rental housing around the country. Based in Boston, with branch offices in Chicago and Washington D.C., POAH is a growing entrepreneurial organization which currently owns and manages approximately 10,000 affordable rental homes for low-income families and seniors in ten states and the District of Columbia. On average, resident incomes in POAH communities are only 30% of area median incomes. POAH’s reach is national in scope, and its pursuit of the preservation mission is empowered by a focus on the business bottom line. Its strong reputation has resulted from a demonstrated ability to craft complex financial transactions, tackle tough multi-family projects, and close deals that preserve the affordability of ‘at risk’ properties. The organization and its leaders are at the forefront of policy and legislative discussions around housing preservation, affordable housing finance and regulatory reform, including energy efficiency in the multifamily sector.
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