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Job Opportunities

If you are interested in applying for any of our open positions listed below, please email your resume to careers@njcdc.org, and list the position you are applying for in the Subject of the email. NJCDC is an equal-opportunity employer.

Current Openings

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Real Estate

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Neighborhood Help Center

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Paterson Family Center PreSchool

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

AmeriCorps

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Hawthorne Heights Apartments

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Elm Street Supervised Apartments

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Independence House Apartments

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

School-Based Youth Services Programs (SBYSP) - Clifton High School/Passaic Valley High School

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

NJ4S (New Jersey Statewide Student Support Services, Passaic County Hub)

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Financial Empowerment Center (FEC)

  • Assistant Director of Real Estate
    Responsibilities: The Assistant Director of Real Estate is principally responsible implementing and executing NJCDC's real estate development strategy, goals and objectives. Reporting directly to senior management, the Assistant Director of Real Estate is responsible for project management of all real estate development and capital improvement projects including site reconnaissance, environmental due diligence, financing, acquisition, design, land use approvals, permitting, construction, and short- and long-term compliance; and oversight of project architects, engineers, attorneys, and general contractors. In addition, the Assistant Director of Real Estate will assist the Director of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports by the guidelines and requirements of project funders. Essential duties include the following: Manage NJCDC real estate development and capital improvement projects from inception to completion with a detailed focus on quality assurance and adherence to project timelines; analyze the real estate market to identify development opportunities and potential sites for development; develop project concepts and perform feasibility analyses; prepare development forecasting and modeling (profitability/pro forma)including cost estimates, sources and uses, operating statements, cash flow analysis and supporting schedules, together with senior management; determine the optimal financial structures and funding sources for the future proposed developments; secure permanent and construction financing including applications for conventional financing, or through municipal, state, and federal housing programs; manage site control and acquisition process including review of materials and contracts for the purchase of the land, and monitoring deadlines in the land purchase contract; work in conjunction with the architect and engineer to prepare design development and construction documents to ensure conformance with the development scope, local ordinance, and pertinent program requirements from funders; prepare application materials for city and county planning and zoning boards, and work with land use attorney to ensure approvals are received pursuant to the overall project schedule; oversee day-to-day activities during construction including troubleshooting, managing the requisition process and performing regular site inspections; assist the Directory of Property Management with the completion of a number of property management functions including lease-up of new projects and vacant apartments, turnover of vacant apartments, monthly tenant matters, and preparation of compliance reports in accordance with the guidelines and requirements of project funders; prepare development status reports for senior management and Board of Trustees; and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum BA in architecture, engineering, real estate or relevant field (Master's Degree preferred); 1 to 3 years work experience in real estate development, construction management, or architecture/engineering design, preferably involving tax credit and supportive housing projects; the ability to develop and maintain strong professional relationships with key internal and external executives and organizations; demonstrated analytic, conceptual, and planning skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment concerning expenditures, site acquisition, architectural and construction contract negotiation, community and political relationships, partnership arrangements with private developers, and project financing using state and municipal affordable housing and economic development financing programs; mastery of Excel and Word software; knowledge of property management and project planning software; possess excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills; possess a strong organizational skills, have a self-starter attitude, and ability to work independently; experience using ArcGIS to analyze data and create maps a plus. Candidates with previous work experience with special needs populations and affordable housing development preferred; a high level of commitment to, and enthusiasm for, promotion of NJCDC's mission and the willingness to learn and accept new challenges.

Great Falls Youth Center

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92¢

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4K+

Children and Families Served Daily

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200+

of Every Dollar Donated goes directly to our Programs & Services

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We at NJCDC are keenly aware of the challenging economic times. 92 cents of every dollar donated to NJCDC goes directly to programs which help families, teens, children and people with disabilities.

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