Project Manager, MHANY Management

MHANY Management Inc. (MHANY) is a not-for-profit housing organization deeply committed to developing and managing rental and homeownership opportunities for very low-, low- and moderate-income people. Organizational values are centered around a need for social justice for lower-income people and people of color, often those most marginalized in our society and economic framework. MHANY owns and manages over 1,800 affordable rental apartments in New York City. MHANY provides free of charge homeownership counseling for first time homebuyers and foreclosure prevention. The successful candidate must embrace the core values of MHANY and believe in its organizational mission.

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Director of Real Estate Development, Aquinas Housing Corporation

Responsible for managing real estate projects during the various phases of construction of affordable housing multi-family projects. This position reports to the Executive Director.  The Director will work closely with property management, construction management staff, lending institutions, consultants and tenants throughout the span of the project which includes predevelopment through permanent conversion.  The Director will assist in the facilitating work various project related work assignments including but not limited too as the pre-development due diligence associated with project development, correction of LIHTC violations (8823’s) and HPD violations with third party property management staffs.  Including maintaining all related spreadsheets, city documents including sponsor review forms and working on project underwriting models, as necessary.

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Rehab Specialist, Neighborhood Restore

Neighborhood Restore Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Neighborhood Restore”) and its affiliate nonprofit entities  Restored Homes HDFC, Restoring Communities HDFC, Preserving City Neighborhoods HDFC, Project Rebuild, Inc.) collaborate with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) on programs that seek to foster neighborhood stabilization by efficiently transitioning properties from physical and financial abandonment to responsible third party ownership. Neighborhood Restore also utilizes citywide partnerships to create affordable homeownership opportunities for households of low‐ and moderate income.


  • Conduct inspections of all assigned structures to determine suitability for rehabilitation and reconstruction and to prepare or review initial repair reports
  • Conduct site visits with design team and assist project managers in reviewing and approving scope of work and plans created by engineers or architects
  • Oversee and review the construction bidding process and ensure that pricing and negotiations are consistent with program guidelines
  • Conduct site visits during construction to check site safety, and pace and quality of work in accordance with plans, contract and scope of work; Be aware and help resolve any deviations that arise during construction
  • Review and approve construction requisitions and change orders
  • Prepare periodic project reports as necessary and/or upon request
  • Assist with the review of prospective homebuyer inspection reports regarding the rehabilitation of properties
  • Review and assess warranty claims by homeowners in completed rehabilitated properties
  • Assist in asset management of scatter site vacant buildings and/or lots throughout NYC
  • Coordinate and prioritize a variety of diverse functions and activities

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Assistant Project Manager, Phipps Houses

The Assistant Project Manager - Real Estate will work closely with and under the supervision of the Vice Presidents of Real Estate Development on Phipps’ large pipeline of affordable housing developments.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drafting and distributing correspondence.
  • Compiling due diligence and other application requirements of financial institutions and government funders.
  • Creating and tracking budgets and expenses, including processing invoices and contracts.
  • Collecting and organizing documentation for environmental sustainability and brownfield remediation programs.
  • Coordinating documents required for government approvals and financing closings.
  • Attending construction, finance, and design meetings and public hearings; preparing presentation materials, agenda, and minutes for these meetings.
  • Interacting with wide variety of people including contractors, architects, and neighbors
  • Conduct market research and evaluate potential acquisition sites.
  • Assisting with budgets, proformas and other quantitative analyses.

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HELP USA is one of the nation’s largest homeless services providers and low-income housing developers serving at-risk populations including families, veterans, survivors of domestic violence and other people facing homelessness. Our mission is to provide housing and supportive services that enable the homeless and people in need to become and remain self-reliant. We see housing as the beginning of a community-building effort, not the end-point. And we envision a world where safe and stable housing is a starting point for everyone.

Since opening our first homeless shelter in New York in 1986, HELP USA has grown into a national organization that develops and manages permanent supportive housing, operates shelters, and runs homeless prevention programs. With an annual operating budget over $125 million, we currently serve nearly 25,000 people per year and provide 4,000 units of permanent and transitional housing in over 50 programs and residences across six states. As part of our 30-year commitment to families and individuals in need of safe, stable homes, we continue to grow on a steady trajectory.

Position Overview
As leader of the HELP USA Finance Team and a key member of the Executive Team, the CFO will manage a team of 27 and oversee all financial activities including control, treasury, budgeting, risk management, and procurement. We’re looking for someone who will bring innovative ideas and financial best practices to support the development of a financial strategy and organizational infrastructure required to advance to the next level of sustainability and impact. This is an outstanding opportunity for a proven financial leader to apply their expertise toward HELP USA’s vision of a world without homelessness.

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Director of Homeownership Programs, NJ Community Capital

Passionate about supporting families reaching the goal of homeownership? Are you looking to have an impact on the communities you serve? If so, we have a terrific opportunity for you! New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) is committed to increase access to affordable, sustainable single-family mortgages for low- and moderate-income (LMI) home buyers. We have created a collaborative with four credit union partners and several non-profit counseling organizations to build Address Yourself® ( This web-based initiative combines homeownership and credit counseling with affordable mortgage products and down payment assistance grants. We work with our partners to create and implement new mortgage products and secondary outlets for underserved families, including undocumented immigrants.

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Project Manager, Neighborhood Restore

Neighborhood Restore Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Neighborhood Restore”) and its affiliate nonprofit entities (Restored Homes HDFC, Restoring Communities HDFC, Preserving City Neighborhoods HDFC, Project Rebuild, Inc.) collaborate with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) on programs that seek to foster neighborhood stabilization by efficiently transitioning properties from physical and financial abandonment to responsible third party ownership. Neighborhood Restore also utilizes citywide partnerships to create affordable homeownership opportunities for households of low- and moderate- income.

• Manage a portfolio of sites and oversee property management and development activities for those sites.
• Oversee the property managers in activities including development and approval of annual budgets and building stabilization plans, review of monthly financial positions, coordination of emergency repairs, and facilitation of productive tenant relations.
• Work with HPD, private funding institutions, and other City agencies to assist developers to complete scopes of work and financing options, rehabilitation plans, tenant communication and construction loan closing.
• As necessary, will reconcile developer accounts in preparation for the transfer of property including: all deficits, surpluses, waivers, building stabilization expenses, violations, liens and other direct costs.

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NYPACE Project Impact Manager

NYPACE – New York Professional Advisors for Community Entrepreneurs – is a New York-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit that seeks to stimulate job creation and sustainable economic development in New York City by providing pro bono consulting services to local entrepreneurs serving under-resourced communities. NYPACE has emerged as one of NYC’s leading skills-based volunteer engagement programs, maintaining an active corps of over 125 volunteer advisors providing more than $1M in consulting value per year. In 2018, we doubled the reach of our consulting services to help more than 30 under-resourced entrepreneurs in NYC scale their businesses and create jobs.

NYPACE is seeking a candidate to fill the new full-time position of Project Impact Manager reporting to the Executive Director. Hours are flexible and the candidate would work from home with periodic meetings, both day and evening, in Manhattan. Candidate must be mission-driven with strong communication and time management skills and have the capacity to work independently. Candidate must also understand how impact relates to marketing and messaging, and how metrics drive funding. Along with overseeing a portfolio of 10 to 20 projects annually, this position covers marketing and impact measurement. In the course of managing a portfolio of NYPACE projects, the candidate will be expected to fully understand the NYPACE Program Model and execute all phases of a 90-day project.

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Director of Affordable Housing Practice, HR&A Advisors

HR&A Advisors is a top real estate and economic development consulting firm. We provide strategic advisory services for clients in the public, private, and non-profit sectors to solve some of the most complex challenges of urban development. Our projects range in scale from buildings to neighborhoods, public parks to infrastructure systems, and from program design and management to public policy development and implementation. We care about improving the quality of urban life, and we are increasingly focused on the challenges of inclusivity, infrastructure, and technological innovation in cities as we advance public-private development projects that improve economic, environmental, and social outcomes. We are former public servants, real estate developers, urban planners, city officials, activists, and economists. We are unique in our ability to create value by integrating disparate disciplines for our clients, and we often lead teams with engineers, architects, lawyers, community organizers, and other specialists.

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Community Development Intern, LISC

The New York City office of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC NYC) seeks a college or graduate level student to fill the position of Community Development Intern for the Spring 2019 semester (the anticipated time period is January - May 2019, although an earlier start date may be possible). This position reports to the LISC NYC Deputy Director and works closely with development, communications and program staff. The local New York City program, LISC NYC, works with nonprofit, community-based organizations to develop affordable housing, commercial enterprises and community facilities. Since its founding in 1979, LISC NYC has invested over $2.7 billion, leveraging an additional $6 billion in low-income communities. This has resulted in nearly 40,000 affordable homes built and preserved as well as 1.8 million square feet of retail and community space created. We also invest in health, economic development, financial well-being and environmental sustainability so that the communities our partners serve are good places to live, work, do business and raise children. Click here for complete job description.

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