Urban Housing Tenant Manager (Full Time)

Company

Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society

Description

The Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society has an exciting opportunity for a Housing Development / Tenant Manager. Under the supervision of the Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society, the Manager performs a wide variety of tasks related to planning, scheduling, assigning and reviewing the work of professional consultants and support staff assigned to manage the PRIH’s affordable housing development and rehabilitation projects.

Job Duties include (but not limited to):

  • Plan, organize, assign, supervise and review the work of professional consultants and assigned staff;
  • Select train, motivate and evaluate assigned staff, mentors and provide feedback to correct deficiencies, engage in succession planning and leadership development, and implement discipline and termination procedures;
  • Plan, organize, control, direct and evaluate all work and activities involved in the PRIH’s complex affordable housing project(s);
  • Serves in a project manager role as a developer to funding sources and lenders;
  • Directs and oversees projects through their entire lifecycle, which includes pre-development, site acquisition, design development, financing, contracting, and tracking of budgets, reporting, construction and transfer of completed projects to asset management;
  • Manages, oversees and personally performs development project activities including creating financing reports, soliciting for and managing consultants, managing design development, managing the public outreach process, bidding for and overseeing the general contractor, overseeing construction, securing necessary permits, ownership transfer and initial tenant occupancy;
  • Assist with the research and develop proposals for Phase II and Phase III of the building project;
  • Research and develop proposals for “Wrap Around Programs and Services” for homelessness;
  • Ensures construction activities and results comply with the construction contract and applicable funding source requirements;
  • Takes an advocacy position for each project;
  • Seeks new construction development opportunities from outside sources such as brokers/lenders and developers;
  • Plan, develop and implement a variety of projects in accordance with PRIHS rules and regulations as well as Federal and Provincial housing program requirements;
  • Conduct due diligence tasks to safeguard the organization’s investments and corporate integrity;
  • Meet with and report to the Housing Society on a regular basis to discuss issues associated with the development process;
  • Undertake tasks as may be assigned by the Director of Housing Development.

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degree;
  • Strong financial proforma skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel;
  • High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and accountability;
  • Experience with private and public debt financing for affordable housing;
  • Exposure to design issues and construction materials and methods;
  • Well-developed oral, written and public speaking skills;
  • Ability to work with project team and supervise work of consultants;
  • Possess a valid class 5 Driver’s License.

Preferred Skills:

  • Experience with First Nations Housing;
  • Experience with joint venture developments, including with nonprofit market-rate, and non-housing partners;
  • Experience with all phases of the development process, preferably with at least one project taken from concept through completion.

 

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