REAL ESTATE ASSISTANT PROJECT

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ABOUT NHA The Norwalk Housing Authority (NHA) provides affordable housing to over 2,000 families in the City of Norwalk, CT. The NHA manages 18 properties including approximately 850 units of multi-family and senior housing. Additionally, the NHA supports over 1,000 families through Section 8 and other voucher programs utilized in the private rental market. The NHA also runs anti-poverty programs including three full-time self-sufficiency case managers, a scholarship foundation, and five (5) State of the Art Learning Centers for educational after-school and summer programs for residents. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the coordination efforts between staff and consultants working to redevelop existing developments and expand affordable housing in Norwalk. The scope of work includes the financing, approvals and design of infrastructure for mixed income and affordable housing developments and mixed-use community development projects. Assistant Project Managers must assist in ensuring high quality development management, supporting the achievement of the project's financial objectives , and meeting project objectives. In addition, assistant project managers are accountable for developing and fostering effective relationships internally and externally including all third parties (e.g., consultants, private lenders/equity providers, architects, constructions managers, etc.) PROJECT MANAGEMENT Responsible for managing the predevelopment activities and project financing tasks of development project including affordable housing tax credit projects and other multifamily and mixed-use development projects Structure and close complex mixed-finance deals with multiple lenders including managing due diligence process Manage design process to ensure compliance/waiver/approval by City, State and Federal approval, financing sustainability, and design standards Manage construction bidding/pricing process for inclusion in the final project budget required for all closings Work with legal counsel to review legal documents for structuring, risk management, and tax issues Develop feasible program and structure financing to ensure projects are approved, sustainable, underwritable in the current LIH
ABOUT NHA The Norwalk Housing Authority (NHA) provides affordable housing to over 2,000 families in the City of Norwalk, CT. The NHA manages 18 properties including approximately 850 units of multi-family and senior housing. Additionally, the NHA supports over 1,000 families through Section 8 and other voucher programs utilized in the private rental market. The NHA also runs anti-poverty programs including three full-time self-sufficiency case managers, a scholarship foundation, and five (5) State of the Art Learning Centers for educational after-school and summer programs for residents. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Assistant Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the coordination efforts between staff and consultants working to redevelop existing developments and expand affordable housing in Norwalk. The scope of work includes the financing, approvals and design of infrastructure for mixed income and affordable housing developments and mixed-use community development projects. Assistant Project Managers must assist in ensuring high quality development management, supporting the achievement of the project's financial objectives , and meeting project objectives. In addition, assistant project managers are accountable for developing and fostering effective relationships internally and externally including all third parties (e.g., consultants, private lenders/equity providers, architects, constructions managers, etc.) PROJECT MANAGEMENT Responsible for managing the predevelopment activities and project financing tasks of development project including affordable housing tax credit projects and other multifamily and mixed-use development projects Structure and close complex mixed-finance deals with multiple lenders including managing due diligence process Manage design process to ensure compliance/waiver/approval by City, State and Federal approval, financing sustainability, and design standards Manage construction bidding/pricing process for inclusion in the final project budget required for all closings Work with legal counsel to review legal documents for structuring, risk management, and tax issues Develop feasible program and structure financing to ensure projects are approved, sustainable, underwritable in the current LIH
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