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Mi Casa seeks a highly motivated, creative, and dynamic individual to serve as the Community Engagement Specialist (CES) and an integral member of the Mi Casa team. The CES will work with interdisciplinary teams in its Housing Programs (specifically co-op development and the Genesis Program) to facilitate community leadership and engagement, provide training, and to build resident leadership and community capacity. The Coordinator will work with the team members and residents to foster a culture of mutual cooperation to work toward common goals.
Mi Casa seeks a highly-motivated, experienced Project Manager to advance Mi Casa’s affordable housing development, with a focus on new initiatives. A self-starter, the PM will work in a small team of committed staff, and an extensive network of affiliates, to manage the development of affordable housing projects. The PM will work closely with the Deputy Director to advance multi-year benchmarks and new/special initiatives, including the Small Building Preservation project, aimed at preventing displacement of low residents through preserving naturally occurring affordable housing in DC, including East of the River. The ideal candidate will bring experience in creating, negotiating, and implementing development plans for multi-family housing; securing complex project financing; working with diverse teams to build consensus; establishing public/ private partnerships; providing outreach and coordination to represent Mi Casa in new project development. S/he/they will also bring creative ideas for reshaping / testing new strategies to address complex problems in affordable housing development.
Marshall Heights Community Development Organization (MHCDO) is looking for a Housing Counselor to join our committed staff. We are looking for a high energy, committed and quick learner to work with our Counseling Team to support the needs of low- and moderate-income households in achieving their housing goals.
• Provide comprehensive housing counseling for renters, homeowners, homebuyers and the homeless.
• Special emphasis on services for first-time homebuyers and to support households seeking homeownership by providing individual counseling, income certifications, training, and other support services.
• Help and support individuals to develop the skills necessary to take the steps towards long-term homeownership.
• Assist individuals in completing applications for specialized homeownership programs. Some evening and weekend hours are required.
• A minimum of four years of combined education or professional experience related to real estate, finance, education, counseling, mortgage underwriting, or related field.
• HUD Housing Counselor Certification or ability to pass the national HUD Housing Counseling Certification exam within three months of hire date.
• Ability to motivate individuals and translate complicated information into simple terms.
• Ability to employ simple math and spreadsheets in developing individual budgets and income calculations.
• Previous experience with mortgage processing and/or underwriting a plus.
• Ability to work independently and as a team player exercising mature judgment.
• Highly motivated self-starter with an ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
• Excellent problem-solving skills and able to develop innovative solutions.
• Ability to present neat and complete applications with great attention to detail.
• Experience providing supportive services to at-risk populations.
• Ability to respond to multiple needs with patience and diligence.
• Ability to communicate with a variety of professionals including bankers, realtors, contractors, landlords.
• Ability to maintain complete files which include confidential information.
• Strong oral and written communication skills as well as excellent computer skills.
• Ability to translate technical information into layman’s terms; and
• Sensitivity to the needs within the community and to individual clients.
MHCDO is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. MHCDO recruits qualified applicants and advances in employment its employees without regard to race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital or familiar status, sex, age, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by law.
Resumes and cover letters should be sent firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered.
This position is located in the District Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD). Division of Certification. DSLBD supports the development, economic growth, and retention of District-based businesses, and promotes economic development throughout the District’s commercial districts. The incumbent in this position serves as a Business Certification Specialist.
Housing Counseling Services (HCS) seeks an energetic self-starter to provide outreach, training, and technical assistance to low and moderate-income District tenants. The Tenant Organizer will join a dynamic team of co-workers who seek to empower low and moderate-income tenants through education and outreach. The Tenant Organizer will provide technical assistance to tenants so that they understand their rights and opportunities and can make their own informed housing choices.
HCS is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1972 to provide comprehensive housing counseling, training, advocacy, and technical assistance to low and moderate-income tenants, homebuyers, homeowners, and the homeless. Our goal is to build sustainable communities through informed housing consumers.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
SALARY: 48-62 depending on experience and qualifications.
HOW TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Director will be responsible for setting and implementing the strategic vision and associated actions related to Johns Hopkins University’s and Johns Hopkins Health System’s economic development interests. Work will focus on anchor institution and community strengthening initiatives that support the institution’s capacity to realize its off campus operational needs. This position has broad programmatic responsibility for developing and managing economic development actions.
Working under the direction of the Director, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions, the Deputy Director is the leader of LIIF’s activities in LIIF’s market of Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia (Market). The Deputy Director is accountable for positioning LIIF as a leader in the Market. This includes developing, managing and supporting locally-based funder relationships and, leading LIIF’s efforts in state-based affordable housing policy initiatives. The Deputy Director is also accountable for lending operating and financial performance for the Market. This includes achieving expected financial outcomes, including loan production, for these operations as developed in LIIF’s strategic plan, annual work plans and budgets.
The Project Manager role is broadly defined at Victory and the selected individual will have responsibility for the full range of tasks associated with each assigned project from initial concept through construction completion and lease-up. The Project Manager will report to the Vice President, Real Estate Development.
The Project Manager will be a hard-working, smart, creative, and conscientious team player. He/she will manage the real estate project execution, including entitlement, financing, and construction of affordable housing properties within the Archdiocese of Washington, working closely with government staff, lenders, partners, and consultants. The Project Manager prepares financial projections and applications, identifies, and coordinates the work of the project team, including the design, construction, legal and financing specialists.
The Director of Engagement & Communications is a newly created position aimed at undergirding a democratic, informed governance structure, while strengthening members’ efforts to secure and maintain permanently affordable spaces and build assets for low-income DC residents. This position is responsible for helping to build member bench strength; create and facilitate a variety of pathways for member involvement; and develop multidirectional communications that both solicit input from and report out to members, allied organizations, and the broader community. We are also committed to fostering an organizational culture rooted in critical thinking and consciousness about race and class, including the systems that have impeded society’s
progress on those fronts. While the Director of Engagement & Communications will promote the Douglass CLT mission and CLT model, the position will also contribute to continual assessment of the efficacy of Douglass CLT’s efforts in this regard.
The Family Support Worker provides family strengthening and support services and performs case management activities with identified families and their children in order to promote their safety, well-being and healthy interdependence within their community. This position utilizes a strengths-based perspective to conduct assessments, plan, deliver and coordinate services in the homes of families and in the community to meet identified needs. Additionally, this position facilitates family meetings and support groups as requested and develops and maintains linkages with community resources in order to promote each family’s capacity to grow and care for their children through helping networks within the community and city-wide. Edgewood/Brookland uses a strong ‘Results First’ focus to ensure all employees have clarity on the agency’s desired results and what they are to achieve in their position. E/BFSC intentionally emphasizes individual and team results and outcomes, in addition to job duties and activities. All activities are conducted in accordance with the organization’s established policies and procedures, contract requirements, legal requirements, and best practice standards.
The Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative is seeking House Monitors for part-time evening, weekend and overnight positions. House Monitors will be responsible for providing family strengthening and support services with identified families and their children in order to promote their safety, well-being and successful transition from a short-term housing program located in NE DC. This position utilizes a strengths-based perspective to plan, implement, and coordinate services and activities for program participants. The House Monitor will monitor the activity of program participants on an assigned shift to ensure safety, security and compliance with house rules. S/he will also monitor the condition of the house, surrounding areas, and equipment to ensure they are in good working order, clean, and safe for use. Edgewood/Brookland uses a strong ‘Results First’ focus to ensure all employees have clarity on the agency’s desired results and what they are to achieve in their position. E/BFSC intentionally emphasizes individual and team results and outcomes, in addition to job duties and activities. All activities are conducted in accordance with the organization’s established policies and procedures, contract requirements, legal requirements, and best practice standards.
The Program Manager manages staff that provides family strengthening and support services to identified families to promote safety, well-being and a healthy interdependence within the community. This position utilizes a strengths-based approach to manage and coordinate programs and services and support staff around execution of such in the home, school, and community to assist participants in meeting identified needs. S/he is responsible for supervising Family Support Workers and Community Social Workers to ensure utilization of best practice approaches, adherence to applicable policies and procedures, and professional development. All activities are conducted in accordance with the organization’s established policies and procedures, contract requirements, legal requirements, and best practice standards.
The Family Support Worker provides individual and family strengthening and support services and performs intensive case management activities with designated Permanent Supportive Housing Program individuals and/or families and their children in order to promote their safety, well-being and healthy interdependence within their community. This position utilizes a strengths-based perspective to conduct assessments, plan, deliver and coordinate services for individuals and/or families enrolled in the E/BFSC Permanent Supportive Housing Program
(PSHP) in scattered sites in the community to meet identified needs. Additionally, this position facilitates individual and/or family meetings, and support groups as requested and develops and maintains linkages with community resources in order to promote each individual and/or family’s capacity to grow and care for their children through helping networks within the community and city-wide. All activities are conducted in accordance with the organization’s established policies and procedures, contract requirements, legal requirements, and best practice standards.
The 11th Street Bridge Park (a project of the Ward 8 non-profit Building Bridges Across the River) is searching for an Equitable Development Manager to help implement the park’s Equitable Development Plan (EDP.) This critical position builds on work of the last several years as the organization ensures that the thousands of residents who have helped shape this new civic space can continuously benefit from it. This position will manage a new partnership implementing workforce development strategies in collaboration with Skyland Workforce Center (another program of Building Bridges Across the River) and workforce training in four similar parks across the country (Buffalo, Grand Rapids, Dallas and San Francisco.) This position will be responsible for regular coordination with this workforce cohort and serve as the primary point of contact for third party evaluation team from the Urban Institute. In addition, this position will work with the Director of Equity to coordinate other EDP strategies with non-profits such as Manna, Douglass Community Land Trust , Housing Counseling Services, Anacostia Business Improvement District, local universities and government agencies such as the DC Department of Transportation, Department of Employment Services and Department of Housing and Community Development. Around the country, the 11th Street Bridge Park and many like-minded spaces are witnessing the tremendous positive impacts that signature civic spaces can have on residents’ wellbeing and building social capital amongst underserved communities. However, we are also learning from and analyzing the unintended consequences of these investments and the changes that can lead to economic, cultural and physical displacement. In 2015, the Bridge Park worked with hundreds of stakeholders to develop an Equitable Development Plan that addresses how cities can make investments in communities of need without unintentionally displacing the people they are trying to serve. The EDP includes 34 recommendations in four areas: workforce development; small business enterprises; housing and cultural equity strategies. This work has served as a model for other projects across the nation.
The Farm Coordinator is responsible for growing food at THEARC Farm, keeping track of on-going expenses & revenue for BBAR Farms, keep log of food produced at BBAR Farms, coordinate periodic volunteer opportunities and update the BBAR Farms website.
The Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) is seeking an energetic, entrepreneurial, and dedicated leader to serve as Chief Strategy and Operations Officer (CSOO) to support and lead the organization at a time of unprecedented growth.
Manna is seeking an energetic and accomplished Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to work with Manna’s new President & CEO to advance Manna’s work as a strong and high performing, financially strong organization and support implementation of operational vision and strategy.
Analyzes the financial feasibility of the project by considering projected income and expenses, costs of acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation, and potential funding sources. Assists in preparing for the project a development plan that includes pro forma development budgets identifying interim (acquisition and construction) and /or permanent financing requirements, construction or rehabilitation expenses, operating income and expense projections, and subsidy needs. Communicates with private and public financial partners on matters involving funding applications and terms, documentation, and closings, including providing due diligence items, reviewing documents, and identifying necessary changes to terms and conditions. Provides assistance concerning the scope of construction/rehabilitation, the selection of a general contractor and architect, and other parties. Assists in acting as the organization’s representative in administering any construction contracts, the specialist may review and approve all payment requisitions and change orders, and ensuring that construction budgets and schedules are met and remain consistent with estimates. 2 to 5 years work experience in the development, management or financing of multifamily affordable housing or market rate multifamily housing. Proficiency in standard Microsoft Office products, the ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects, and to work on deadline. Knowledge of the federal low income housing tax credit program (LIHTC) is a plus. Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience is required; a master’s degree is desirable. Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Multifamily Lending and Neighborhood Investments division finances multifamily housing through the issuance of tax exempt bonds, taxable bonds, and 4% low income housing tax credits. The division also manages predevelopment loans through its McKinney Act Program. The Multifamily Loan Underwriter contributes to the success of the financing program through robust analytical assessment of the sponsor, project and market feasibility of each transaction. This position requires an experienced, analytical, disciplined and creative candidate that can move at the speed of the transaction.
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CSH is seeking an enthusiastic, results-oriented individual who has a passion for the CSH mission and possesses the leadership and management skills necessary to advance our work. You will work with communities across the states of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware and the District of Columbia to expand housing and services solutions for vulnerable populations. This position will be supervised and work closely with the Mid-Atlantic Director, as well as other CSH staff, to advance our goals to increase cross sector investment and quality supportive housing opportunities throughout the region. If you demonstrate these skills and have experience with housing and service models for vulnerable populations, CSH needs you. Candidates will work virtually and should be located in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware or the District of Columbia.