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Housing Trust - Treasury Financial Analyst
Are you a proven financial analyst looking to learn new skills in treasury, cash management, and reporting while making a positive impact on one of the most serious crises facing our region? Are you analytical, dedicated, and mission driven? Do you take pride in your work and thrive in a collaborative environment? If so, Housing Trust Silicon Valley is the place for you.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, you’ll contribute to the Housing Trust’s success through increasing efficiency of treasury operations, providing budgeting and financial analysis support, and providing investor/lender reporting.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is interested in an analytical role requiring extensive cash management and reporting. Who will be successful in this role? Someone who works independently and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Someone who enjoys working on a variety of projects, taking ownership of coordinating and delivering results including an impact on the bottom line. Someone who is interested in learning about affordable housing, investments, and forecasting. Perhaps, someone like you?Apply Now
Housing Trust - Compliance Specialist
Do you want to make a positive impact in the region by helping to create affordable housing opportunities? Are you looking for an opportunity to join a high performing team? Do you take pride in being precise and paying attention to the details? If you responded “yes”, this is the job for you. Housing Trust is looking for a Compliance Specialist who will report to the Chief Compliance & Risk Officer. The Compliance Specialist conducts loan portfolio monitoring, compliance, and reporting on the Housing Trust’s single-family portfolios as well as loan portfolios serviced for other agencies. The Compliance Specialist will work with Housing Trust lending staff in the review of financing arrangements, property financial analysis, management/monitoring controls and other related issues. You will work with a variety of external clients, including staff from local jurisdictions and nonprofit developers. Your internal clients will consist of staff from the lending and finance departments.Apply Now
Housing Trust - ADU Lending Manager
Are you a creative real estate or lending professional looking to have a positive impact on the biggest challenge facing our region? Are you dedicated and mission driven? And, do you take pride in your work and thrive in a collaborative environment with people who also exhibit these qualities? If so, Housing Trust Silicon Valley is the place for you.
As ADU Lending Manager, you will report to the Chief Lending Officer and lead the design and implementation of new ADU outreach and lending programs. ADUs are going to be a critical tool in alleviating the state’s housing crisis – they can be built at a relatively low cost and with little impact on neighborhood character. However, the missing link is getting information to the public about how to develop ADUs and providing construction and bridge financing to homeowners to cover the cost of construction. Providing alternative tools for increasing affordable housing supply is a high priority for the Housing Trust. We have been recognized in City of San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s Housing Plan as a partner on ADUs and have received seed capital from JP Morgan Chase from their PRO Neighborhoods program, in collaboration with Genesis LA.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is interested in effecting meaningful change on one of the most pressing issues facing our region – creation and preservation of housing for low- to middle-income people. Who will be successful in this role? Someone who enjoys innovating creative housing finance solutions that have real world use. Someone who has experience administering residential lending products for construction or renovation to homeowners. Someone who has experience driving a project through from the beginning research stages to successful execution. Someone who likes working with stakeholders to gather research and feedback, ultimately resulting in more effective outcomes. Someone who works independently and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Perhaps, someone like you?Apply Now
Housing Trust - Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist
Do you want to make a positive impact in the region by helping to create affordable housing opportunities? Are you looking for an opportunity to join a high performing team? Do you take pride in being precise and paying attention to the details? If you responded “yes”, this is the job for you. Reporting to the Chief Impact Officer (CIO), the Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist is a newly created position that focuses on risk management as the company launches a systematic view to enterprise risk. Working closely with the CIO, the Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist will view risk holistically and horizontally across the company in order to ensure sound risk management practices are in place to support the company’s strategic vision and practices. The Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist will eventually be responsible for ongoing enterprise risk assessment project management. The Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist will also be responsible for loan portfolio monitoring, compliance, and reporting on the portfolios serviced for other agencies and will work with the agencies to ensure contracts are fully met. The Senior Compliance & Risk Specialist will work with a variety of external clients, including staff from local jurisdictions and nonprofit developers. Your internal clients will consist of staff from the lending and finance departments as well as senior staff of the organization.Apply Now
Housing Trust - Staff Accountant
Are you a proven Staff Accountant looking to learn new skills in accounting and reporting while making a positive impact on one of the most serious crises facing our region? Are you analytical, dedicated, and mission driven? Do you take pride in your work and thrive in a collaborative environment? If so, Housing Trust Silicon Valley is the place for you.
Reporting to the Accounting Manager, you will ensure that payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and cash receipts are processed and recorded accurately. You will work with all departments to ensure timely and accurate information is included in our financials and that policies and procedures are followed closely.Apply Now
TNDC - Chief of Portfolio Operations
TNDC is seeking to fill a crucial executive leadership position to oversee its substantial affordable housing portfolio and guide the organization through significant growth in the number of properties, units and staff that will take place over the next three years, and to position it for future opportunities. The position will join an executive leadership team composed of the Chief Executive, Operating, Talent and Financial Officers. The Chief of Portfolio Operations will closely collaborate with this team to ensure that the organization is appropriately staffed, managed and governed to fulfill TNDC’s mission, build on its strong financial health, and poise it for future opportunities that will align with its mission and long-term sustainability. The Chief of Portfolio Operations, jointly with other members of the executive staff, will be involved in the areas of organizational decision-making that are critical to steering TNDC’s direction and implementing its goals and strategies, including for example personnel, budgeting, Board matters, relationship-building, politics and policy and overall agency performance.
Having nearly doubled in size over the past seven years, TNDC has a Property Management Department comprised of more than 300 staff, accompanied by property development plans whose completion will bring at least 50 more staff within the next three years. The Chief of Portfolio Operations will bear significant responsibilities for maintaining stable operations amid significant growth. Annual property-related revenue exceeds $65 million, and the Department oversees $2-$4 million of capital improvement work annually. To support the occupied renovation projects it undertakes, TNDC operates a significant relocation operation within its Property Management Department, and the organization is a nationally recognized leader in sustainability. TNDC will consider expanding into third-party property management.
We are seeking an effective executive who can maintain efficient operations at our current, recently-achieved scale while designing and implementing a path of growth that honors our best practices and values, developing staff while successfully overseeing the changes necessary to continue operating at a greater scale and in an evolving environment.Apply Now
Director, Potrero Hill
The Director, Potrero Hill is a high-level Director position responsible for managing a large scale build out of a complex public housing site in San Francisco, CA. The Director will manage and act as “quarterback” for all aspects of the development process at Potrero Hill. This is a role that requires a person who can work at a strategy level, interact well with public agencies, manage staff and roll up their sleeves as necessary to get into the minutia and details.
Due to the status of this project, this means implementing the approved masterplan, ensuring that individual vertical residential phases are managed from preliminary concepts through construction completion; managing relationship with local public agency and development partner; negotiate various development agreement addendums as needed throughout the 10 year build out; establish and maintain relationships with various city and county departments as well as elected politicians; represent BRIDGE at public, political, industry and community events: apply for and ensure funding is secured. The Director will also coordinate with multiple BRIDGE departments including Fund Development; Resident Services; Community Building, Accounting, Property and Asset Management and is responsible for ensuring a smooth transition of the project from development through occupancy and into operations. Some departments will assign dedicated teams to the development itself, including community engagement, and accounting. The Director, Potrero Hill will report to the Executive Vice President, Kimberly McKay, but will also interact with the senior management team, including the CEO.Apply Now
Director of Real Estate Development
BRIDGE Housing is a leader in affordable housing development, ownership, and management across the West Coast. Headquartered in San Francisco, BRIDGE has expanded its high quality developments and services to Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. They are looking for an accomplished Director of Development to provide expert guidance to our Northern California team.
The Director of Development, Northern California (“Director of Development”) position is an exciting opportunity to lead a team of project managers and manage a variety of complex, multi‐family real estate development projects to further the organization’s mission.
The Director of Development will be responsible for overseeing the day‐to‐day work of a team of 5-6 project managers and project administrators to keep the projects moving forward successfully and provide guidance to maintain a high level of quality in accordance with BRIDGE development standards and industry best practices. Reporting to the Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development, the Director will collaborate with other development directors and team leaders in other departments to streamline, implement and maintain processes and internal systems for reporting, data collection and staff training. The ideal Director will have significant experience leading a team and managing all aspects of the real estate development process while working with a diverse group of stakeholders, internally and externally. The Director will need to be a skilled and experienced professional who can balance the three core areas of the role which are managing the momentum and lifecycles of multiple development projects, managing and leading a team, and, managing the administrative responsibilities of the team.
The Director of Development will oversee and manage a variety of complex multi‐family developments; our portfolio includes transit oriented, master plan, mixed‐income, supportive housing, and rehab, all with a focus on sustainable development and maintaining affordability for working families and seniors. At BRIDGE,
we pursue quality, quantity and affordability in our development projects, so we’ll count on you to ensure that projects adhere to our high standards and industry best practices. You’ll lead and motivate both internal and external teams, acting as a representative of BRIDGE to development partners, contractors, and other stakeholders. The Director reports to the Senior VP of Development for Northern California.Apply Now
Management Analyst - Community Development
The Management Analyst for the Community Development/Housing Division will plan, organize, manage, and oversee data and activities related to real property owned and leased by the City of Santa Clara and its Housing Authority. They will be responsible for oversight of City real property records, developing disposition and development agreements, resolving title matters, providing market value estimates, database creation & management and developing policy approaches to strategic real property initiative. In addition to knowledge below, experience in Real Estate Asset Management, Compliance, Affordable Housing Development, and Finance is highly desirable.Apply Now
The Kelsey - Director of Finance and Operations
The Director of Finance and Operations will oversee all areas of the operations, financial management, and funding strategy for The Kelsey as we create inclusive mixed ability, mixed income communities in the Bay Area and beyond. Candidates will balance day-to-day leadership and management of project financing and organization operations with our long-term vision for growth, scale, and impact. As a critical early team member, this person will help shape the organization’s strategy and vision, providing input on operating issues, growth areas, and financing opportunities. The ideal candidate has worked in real estate development, city or regional government, and/or housing finance. Individuals who have related experience and a willingness to learn and grow quickly are welcome to apply. Candidates are eager to apply your skills to an entrepreneurial project addressing a critical housing crisis with an innovative new approach utilizing public-private partnership. They’re curious, driven, passionate, and able to manage projects across stakeholders, focus areas, and sectors.Apply Now
The Kelsey - Community Coordinator (San Jose)
Community Coordinator (San Jose) will lead inclusive community programming in connection with The Kelsey’s housing development work in San Jose. They’ll coordinate and manage effective community partnerships that support The Kelsey’s vision for inclusive community. To do so, they will identify partners, organizations, and individuals who can benefit from and contribute to The Kelsey’s mission and implement programming that engages them in impactful and sustainable ways. On an ongoing basis, the Community Coordinator will design and manage community events that connect individuals with and without disabilities, raise awareness of key disability justice issues, and promote inclusive community. They will support The Kelsey’s staff and board on ongoing fundraising, community outreach, and advocacy efforts.Apply Now
The Kelsey - Community Coordinator (San Francisco)
Community Coordinator (San Francisco) will lead inclusive community programming in connection with The Kelsey’s housing development work in San Francisco. They’ll coordinate and manage effective community partnerships that support The Kelsey’s vision for inclusive community. To do so, they will identify partners, organizations, and individuals who can benefit from and contribute to The Kelsey’s mission and implement programming that engages them in impactful and sustainable ways. On an ongoing basis, the Community Coordinator will design and manage community events that connect individuals with and without disabilities, raise awareness of key disability justice issues, and promote inclusive community. They will support The Kelsey’s staff and board on ongoing fundraising, community outreach, and advocacy efforts.Apply Now
The Kelsey - Advocacy and Outreach Manager
Advocacy and Outreach Manager will represent The Kelsey in local, state, and national advocacy efforts related to disability justice, affordable housing, and inclusion in cities. They will serve as a liaison between The Kelsey and community members, allied organizations, policymakers, and key partners. They will represent The Kelsey on committees, at conferences, and at political events and programs. Focused on key policy efforts, they will support development of advocacy strategy and work with partners and consultants on legislative agendas, funding requests, and organizing efforts. The ideal candidate has experience with organizing and policy advocacy, particularly in areas of social justice, housing policy, disability rights, and/or economic opportunity. They understand the disability community and key policies, history, and legislative issues. They have an ability to work and communicate with diverse stakeholders, many with intersectional identities as well as strong public speaking and presentation skills.
Full-time. Flexibility to work remotely as desired. In person required 2-3 days weekly in Bay Area.Apply Now
Executive Director, Recovery Café
In Leadership, the Executive Director will:
- Model exceptional character to the staff, members and larger community through a deep commitment to exemplary ethical conduct and demonstrated expertise in cultural competencies, related, but not limited to, race, gender identity, disability (physical or mental), religion, or sexual orientation.
- Cultivate a healthy community and culture within Recovery Café San Jose and challenge the organization to live up to its vision, mission and guiding principles.
In budget and finance, the Executive Director will:
- Hold primary responsibility for developing and sustaining adequate resources to support the organization through strategic fundraising and resource development practices.
- Develop a fundraising structure for the organization, assist Board Members and volunteers to become effective fundraisers, and raise major gifts. Will lead the organization in obtaining funding resources from individual gifts, grants, events and government contracts.
- Assure that sound financial procedures and practices are followed and communicated with Financial Officer/Treasurer.
- Propose an annual budget to the Board; communicate the objectives, initiatives and assumptions of the budget; and, conduct financial operations within the parameters of the budget approved by the Board of Directors.
In communications, the Executive Director will:
- Be the public face of the organization by representing the programs and point of view of the organization to agencies, organizations, and the general public.
- Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups, organizations, and strategic partners.
- Acknowledge and maintain communication with the organization’s donors, volunteers and supporters.
In leadership of staff, the Executive Director will:
- Be responsible for the recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers.
- Ensure that job descriptions are developed, that regular performance evaluations are held, and that sound human resource practices are in place.
- Lead staff and volunteers in a way that makes them, and the members, better. Maintain a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates people who demonstrate exceptional emotional commitment to the mission of RCSJ.
In General Administrative functions, the Executive Director will:
- Assure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress.
- Provide leadership in developing organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the board.
- Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
- Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field.