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The Vice President of Programs is an integral member of Housing Up Senior Management reporting directly to the CEO, working collaboratively with other members of the Senior Management Team, and under broad guidance from the Board of Directors. This position is responsible for the overall administration and management of Housing Up’s affordable housing supportive service programs ensuring alignment with evidence-based practices and contractual requirements in support of individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Washington, DC.
The Senior Housing Development Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the housing development process including pre-development, funding applications, financing, design, and construction of assigned projects.
This person or firm would assist the CEO in monitoring and overseeing two affordable, seniors housing properties owned by Seabury affiliates and managed by a third-party, a property management company, and for a small seniors shared housing community/community residential facility, which is self-managed by Seabury. This would include assisting the CEO in directing efforts to maximize the performance of these communities and or/repositioning these communities using tax credit refinancing or other financial vehicles. The person or firm would also assist the CEO in coordinating and directing the refinancing and/or redevelopment of these communities.
The Project Manager plays a critical role in the execution of Real Estate Development (RED) goals and objectives. The Project Manager will manage all aspects of the development cycle for a number of affordable housing projects, from site control and entitlement through construction completion and stabilization. The Project Manager will also be responsible for new business development including feasibility analysis and proposal responses to RFPs.