Based in Fresno, CA though currently our teams are working remotely
UPholdings is a comprehensive real estate firm that is dedicated to creating, operating, and sustaining quality affordable housing in communities throughout the United States. Our company builds, manages, and operates its projects for the entirety of their operational cycle. Our portfolio includes a wide-range of project types, including family, senior and permanent supportive housing developments. We have a growing portfolio and are currently active in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, California, and Michigan.
A Project Coordinator with UPholdings supports the Project Manager(s) to bring projects from the earliest phases of predevelopment through to building lease-up and operation. Projects are complex and require high levels of organization, flexible thinking, and good communication. A Project Coordinator ensures that deadlines are met throughout the various stages of the development lifecycle. During this process, the Project Coordinator is responsible for a number of related initiatives, including:
Site assessment and preliminary scoring under various financing programs, such as LIHTC, AHP, and local and state funding sources;
Preparation of application materials, including drafting responses to RFQs/RFPs and interfacing with third-party vendors;
Financial feasibility assessment and pro-forma building;
Assist with financial closings for projects including due diligence amongst all parties;
Construction administration, including preparing draws, attending onsite meetings, and coordinating communication between architect, owner, contractor and all other project partners;
Serve as liaison between UPholdings and project partners, such as social service providers, funding partners, vendors, and local government administrators;
Prepare and implement schedules, budgets, and other logistics processes relevant to development benchmarks such as applications, financial closing, and project lease-up and marketing;
Assist with the transition of information, compliance requirements, and responsibilities to UPholdings OPERATE & SUSTAIN divisions
Support the development team in reaching important milestones related to tax credit equity disbursements and permanent loan conversion;
Maintain ongoing communication with senior development staff around project goals;
Other duties as assigned
REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES
QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s degree with 1-3 year’s industry experience. Master’s degree in a related field preferred.
SKILLS: Strong verbal and writing skills, must have strong organizational and computer skills including Google Drive and strong skill with spreadsheets. Further, candidates for this position should have the ability to work well in a small office environment, remain organized, be detail-oriented, and meet deadlines.
WORK HOURS: 40 hours per week. Must be available on weekends for meetings, and ability to travel.
COMPENSATION: Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience. UPholdings is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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