Descriptions for Current Job Listings:

 

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

 

Work for the Best! Idaho Housing and Finance Association, a private non-profit, has the above opening in our Development Management area.

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Research and develop creative affordable housing solutions

  • Research market data to ascertain long-term housing needs in the community

  • Evaluate new construction or rehabilitation needs taking into consideration all hazardous substance issues

  • Identify any displacement issues for existing residents and submit a plan for logistics and costs

  • Draft all documents necessary for the acquisition, funding and operation of projects. 

  • Coordinate project team including appraisers, lenders, engineers, contractors and management from inception to operating of projects

  • Prepare applications for loans and affordable-housing resources

  • Negotiate with sellers to complete the transaction subject to financing

  • Complete inspections during construction or rehabilitation and process requests for funding from lenders

  • Work with local service providers to develop partnerships

  • Work with lenders and program administrators in securing funding resources

  • Participate as a member of the development team to establish strategies, and implement acquisition or development of new properties

  • Report to Board of Directors and prepare Board Reports, Board Resolutions and Statement of Issues

 

Qualifications:

  • Requires a bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience in finance, construction, housing development and general business

  • Knowledge of various programs including LIHTC, HOME, AHP, CDBG, and Historic Tax Credit as well as other various HUD and RD programs as they relate to affordable rental housing construction management and operating is preferred

  • Minimum 3 to 5 years of experience required 

 

Compensation commensurate with experience and includes a competitive benefits package.  Interested applicants can apply online at www.idahohousing.com/careers.

 

Above description is not inclusive of all job duties.  Qualified candidates must be able to perform essential functions with or without accommodation.

 

EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability Employer

 

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COMPLIANCE PARTNER

(New Job Description)

SUMMARY:

 

This position is an opportunity to escape the mundane, repetitive duties of a traditional compliance auditor or specialist.  While some of the responsibilities are similar, the Compliance Partner position is centrally focused on providing exceptional customer service while partnering with our clients to achieve and maintain regulatory compliance.  It has the independence to work remotely which allows directed focus while still being supported by and immersed in a company that is leading the affordable compliance industry.  Working in a state-of-the art building in the Richardson, TX area is also an option.  This position comes fully equipped with tools and resources that will allow you to excel in your job performance.  It has optional travel opportunities depending on availability and subject to contract demands that include on-site file reviews, training, file processing, etc.  


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to the following: 
Client Support – Serve as first point of contact to our clients by communicating with site managers via telephone and/or email to answer their questions regarding affordable housing compliance and to provide guidance/training to help them increase their knowledge of applicable requirements. 
File Reviews – Electronically review the applicant/resident files via a web-based system to insure adherence to applicable federal and state program regulations within contractually obligated times or request help should some circumstances prevent a timely review; analyze potential risks in order to avoid compliance issues.  
Communication – Provide thorough written communication to relay file deficiencies; ensure important information is passed to those who need to know; convey understanding of the comments and questions of others by listening effectively; use verbal skills to support clients as previously listed; talk and act with internal and external customers in mind. 


REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES :

Attention to detail, time management, and decision-making skills are among the most important traits a Compliance Partner must have to be successful in this position. The ability to work both individually and in teams is also important. A Compliance Partner should be particularly vigilant in following up to ensure that developed plans addressing compliance issues and problems have been implemented. You must demonstrate flexibility and a sense of urgency.  In addition to these

general skills, a Compliance Partner is expected to have 2 to 5 years of experience in affordable housing compliance or affordable property management.  You must also have a working knowledge of the requirements of the LIHTC and HUD programs.

APPLICATION/QUESTIONS

If you are interested in learning more about this tremendous opportunity and being a part of this dynamic team, please email your current resume to rachael.gaydos@realpage.com. 

 

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Maintenance Technician for Apartment Community

Twin Falls, ID

 

The Housing Company, a non-profit organization, has an immediate opening for a maintenance person at South Meadow Apartments (41 units) in Twin Falls, Idaho. This 40-hour/week position will assist with the maintenance of both complexes as well as occasional work at other complexes as the need arose, including individual apartment units and the grounds. 

Basic working knowledge of building maintenance required, including:

  • Carpentry

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing

  • Painting

  • Grounds keeping

Qualified candidates must also:

  • Assist with unit turnovers

  • Have exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.

  • Be highly motivated and have a positive attitude

  • Be able to prioritize multiple tasks, follow-up, and follow through

  • Adhere to safety policies and procedures

  • Become familiar with and abide by all applicable Fair Housing Laws

  • Have a valid driver’s license and active auto insurance

  • Carry a cell phone for emergency calls

  • Pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background

We offer competitive wages along with a benefit package. 

 

Apply online at:  www.thehousingcompany.org/careers

 

 

Above description is not inclusive of all job duties. Qualified candidates must be able to perform essential functions with or without accommodation.

 

EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer.

 

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Maintenance Technician for Apartment Communities

Blackfoot, ID

 The Housing Company, a non-profit organization, has an immediate opening for a maintenance person at Briarwood Apartments (40 units) in Blackfoot, Idaho. This 40-hour/week position will assist with the maintenance of both complexes as well as occasional work at other complexes as the need arose, including individual apartment units and the grounds. 

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing

  • Painting

  • Grounds keeping

Qualified candidates must also:

  • Assist with unit turnovers

  • Have exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.

  • Be highly motivated and have a positive attitude

  • Be able to prioritize multiple tasks, follow-up, and follow through

  • Adhere to safety policies and procedures

  • Become familiar with and abide by all applicable Fair Housing Laws

  • Have a valid driver’s license and active auto insurance

  • Carry a cell phone for emergency calls

  • Pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background

We offer competitive wages along with a benefit package.  

 

Apply online at:  www.thehousingcompany.org/careers

 

 

Above description is not inclusive of all job duties. Qualified candidates must be able to perform essential functions with or without accommodation

 

EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer

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Portfolio Manager

 

Community Development Inc. (CDI) is a private non-profit organization specializing in real estate and community development.  We are looking to hire an experienced Portfolio Manager to help us keep growing. If you're hard-working and dedicated, CDI is an ideal place to get ahead. Apply today!

Responsibilities:

Asset Management

Operational Analyst - review and report on income statements, profit/loss statements, trial balance, and balance sheets.

Valuation – assist in valuation of existing real estate portfolio.

Disposition Strategy

Cost Benefit Analysis – evaluate and rank different disposition or re-capitalization strategies for existing assets.

Operating Projections – prepare, in cooperation with others, operating budget projections for new or refinanced projects.

Reporting Functions

Budget vs Actual Reporting with Exception analysis.

Comparative Financial Statements Analysis with Exception Analysis.

Income/Expense Analysis reports.

Write ad-Hoc reports.

Financial analysis covering financial feasibility, rate of return, depreciation, working capital, and cost.

Maintain and develop various financial models and standard templates.

Prepare additional reports as requested by the Executive Management team.

Execution of Asset Strategy

Investor Exit – timely coordinate, supervise, and execute the planned investor exit on existing real estate portfolio;

Disposition – timely coordinate, supervise, and execute the disposition of real estate assets under contract;

Refinance – timely coordinate, supervise, and execute loan refinancing or modification; and/or, Re-capitalization – timely coordinate, supervise, and execute the transactional structure of a re-capitalization of real estate, as appropriate.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Accounting, Economics, or Finance preferred) or combination of education and experience in business management, real estate, accounting.

  • Strong understanding of the real estate industry.

  • Proven experience in investment and financial assets management as an analyst or assistant manager in a financial institution environment

  • Strong understanding of investment strategies and risk management

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

  • High interest in and enthusiastic about economic and financial market trends

  • Exceptional customer service with a client focus

 

Please send resume, cover letter and salary expectations to

sheila@somersetpacific.com

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Maintenance Technician for Apartment Communities

Moscow, ID

 

The Housing Company, a non-profit organization, has an immediate opening for a maintenance person at Camas Village (66 units) and Hillside Village (50 units) in Moscow, Idaho. This 40-hour/week position will assist with the maintenance of both complexes as well as occasional work at other complexes as the need arose, including individual apartment units and the grounds. 

Basic working knowledge of building maintenance required, including:

  • Carpentry

  • Electrical

  • Plumbing

  • Painting

  • Grounds keeping

Qualified candidates must also:

  • Assist with unit turnovers

  • Have exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.

  • Be highly motivated and have a positive attitude

  • Be able to prioritize multiple tasks, follow-up, and follow through

  • Adhere to safety policies and procedures

  • Become familiar with and abide by all applicable Fair Housing Laws

  • Have a valid driver’s license and active auto insurance

  • Carry a cell phone for emergency calls

  • Pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background

We offer competitive wages along with a benefit package.  

 

Apply online at:  www.thehousingcompany.org/careers

 
 
 
 
 

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