Housing Developer job vacancy in Kiemle Hagood (Spokane, WA 99201)

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Company name : Kiemle Hagood
Location : Spokane, WA 99201
Position : Housing Developer

Description :
The Housing Development & Special Projects division provides consulting services to both non-profits and market property owners, to develop housing and other projects in their local communities. We have specific expertise in affordable housing, market housing and ancillary services (such as supportive services and Early Learning Centers).
We provide the full spectrum of affordable housing development, including securing multi-source public and private funding and managing the project from conception through construction and occupancy. Projects typically use both public and private funding sources. We also provide a similar scope of services for market property owners as well as the potential for commercial property activities.
The Housing Developer works on multiple projects at a time to produce for Owners safe, decent affordable and quality market housing that contributes to the building of vital communities. The Housing Developer is engaged in activities which lead to the successful completion of affordable and market housing development contracts and projects. The Associate Housing Developer participates as a member of one or more project teams, conducting project development tasks as assigned, and developing and maintaining the relationships necessary to accomplish successful projects.
The position requires experience in many aspects of housing project development, as well as capacity for good time management, and to be self-motivated and use good judgment. The position requires excellent problem solving and communication skills as well as the ability to work independently and in a team environment, assisting clients to complete projects in rural and urban communities. The Housing Developer must work effectively at task assignments on team projects, and interact collaboratively with a broad range of stakeholders, partners, funders and clients.
The Housing Developer will, (independently and/or as a team member) be given direction to plan, schedule and complete some or all of the following tasks and duties under the direction of the Director:

Perform tasks in the process of project concept development and feasibility analysis,

Perform tasks to prepare project elements for both the internal departmental approval process and the external approval processes of clients, third parties, property managers, funders and regulating agencies.
Monitor progress of assigned project elements as contracted, directing components, making day-today decisions and taking actions which keep the project on track to the extent delegated.
Recommend changes and seek approval for deviations from planned budget, schedule, deliverables, cash flow, contract terms, legal liability, financial risk, partner and funder relations, etc., and prepare information to be included in reports to management.
Consistently meet project and funding deadlines.
Technical duties may include but are not limited to assignments to complete (with supervision) in full or in part:

Identification of real estate development opportunities and preparation of proposals for development projects.
Preparation of estimates of project development and operating costs, proformas and other financial analyses for current and planned projects.
Assembling the development team, including architect, contractor, attorney, lenders, and investors.
Assembling financing including the preparation of applications and documents associated with the development.
Management of the planning, design, bid/award, construction and close out of capital construction projects to ensure that projects conform to quality standards, and stay on time, and within budget.
Supervision of the marketing of developed properties as appropriate.
Coordination of tenant relocation as necessary.
Coordination with property management during the development period, and assistance with post-development property management policy development and training.

Perform other duties as assigned.
Some travel may be required.


Working knowledge of affordable housing development process from feasibility to closeout

Experience in several aspects of real estate and housing project development, including project feasibility, market analysis, financial packaging, site selection, land acquisition, infrastructure development, construction process, project management and regulatory compliance. May have experience in affordable housing development or a related field.
Experience with securing project financing from public and private sources.
Experience in proforma modeling
Experience with grant writing and / or funding applications.
Basic understanding of

project management,
land use issues and development,
construction process and
managing design/construction team,
selection and oversight of a variety of outside consultants and
capital and operating funding.

Ability to effectivelycollaborative in a team structure and to be self-directed.
Skilled in maintaining customer and partner relations using oral and written communication, problem-solving and setting reasonable expectations.
Ability to succeed under pressure with multiple, simultaneous task assignments.
Proficient with computer software including word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, Adobe, and video conferencing.
Is willing to obtain certification in the National Development Council (NDC)’s Rental Housing Development Financial Profession Certification or similar.
Minimum of three years program & project development, real estate and/or community development is required. A degree in a related field from an accredited college or university is preferred and may be substituted for field experience.
Physical Demands: Ability to move or transport up to 20 pounds as needed; ability to remain in a stationary position for extended periods of time; ability to position self as needed for routine office work such as accessing filing cabinets or using the phone; ability to operate a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer; and ability to be mobile as related to business needs.

WORK SCHEDULE & LOCATION: This is a full-time position (40 hours per week) based in the downtown Spokane office. It will be necessary to travel to site locations. It is critical that individuals possess the ability to work their scheduled hours plus any other hours necessary to complete the job. Work schedules and location assignments are subject to change.

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